In this Law360 Op-ed, Rimon's Thomas White and Michael Moradzadeh argue that law firm management has a particularly critical task: managing the magnitude and longevity of firm assets and liabilities. The firm that fails to balance these factors skillfully may find it difficult to attract and retain talent.
"Many commentators have
Despite a relatively active 2016 M&A market in the United States, there is considerable concern that uncertainty, with respect to both proposed tax reform and administrative developments, may dampen the 2017 US M&A market.
Rimon’s International Tax Partner, Susan Klein, stated "I query whether people are going to be very enthusiastic
John Isaza ·
March 05, 2017
In this op-ed, Rimon's Records and Information Governance Partner, John Isaza discusses the importance of having an in site records and information management strategy. Mr. Isaza explains why companies have to be cautious about the content that is released and associated with them as it might be erroneous, inappropriate, outdated,
Rimon’s Jill Williamson debates how President Donald Trump’s recent executive order to review and possibly repeal the 2010 Wall Street reform law (Dodd-Frank Act) might cause new compliance complications, especially if state authorities and foreign countries step up regulation and enforcement in response.
Ms. Williamson has
President emeritus, university professor at the George Washington University and Rimon Partner, Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, shares his informative and thought-provoking views on the evolution and future of higher education and universities' roles; "Education has become a fee-for-service business” states Dr. Trachtenberg.
As part of
Corporate and International Trade Counsel Jill M. Williamson was extensively quoted in an Inside Thomson Reuters article, "South Korea's new anti-graft law brings both compliance benefits and burdens," on February 6, 2016.
When discussing the recent South Korean anti-corruption statute, Williamson said, "In many ways, this
John Isaza ·
February 08, 2017
In this article, Rimon Partner John Isaza discusses how social media cannot be ignored by attorneys during jury selection. "The requirement of conducting internet research—which in many cases, includes the use of social media—on a potential juror is mandated via a variety of Bar Association ethics opinions and case
Rimon's Corporate and International Trade Counsel Jill M. Williamson discusses strategies for third parties to turn lemons into lemonade, by leveraging third party compliance requirements into a competitive advantage.
"By taking a few proactive, practical steps, companies can turn the ingredients of contracting partners’
Robert Q. Lee ·
February 03, 2017
Mr. Lee serves as the Chief Author of the Asia region section of International Law Quarterly.
In this number, Mr. Lee discusses the following topics:
"China adopts new cyber security law"
"South Korea takes steps to regulate Bitcoin"
"Singapore proposes changes to copyright law"
"India passes law to regulate real
Be advised that the due date for the FBAR (FinCEN Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts) has been changed to April 15 to coincide with U.S. Federal Income Tax Filing and allows filers a maximum extension of six months, ending on October 15, to submit their FBARs. This new deadline will first affect FBARs due in 2017 for calendar