Orrick's Quarterly Review of Decisions Applying U.S. Law to Global Business and Cross-Border Activities
The World in U.S. Courts: Orrick's Quarterly Review of Decisions Applying U.S. Law to Global Business and Cross-Border Activities, assembles in one place descriptions and summaries of recent U.S. judicial decisions discussing when United States courts and agencies will take jurisdiction over disputes arising out of conduct occurring outside the U.S. Every three months, this first-of-its-kind publication will contain a comprehensive discussion of the latest law on the assertion of jurisdiction over non-U.S. companies and individuals, and the "extraterritorial" application of U.S. law in all of the areas of most importance to non-U.S. companies, including among others securities litigation, anti-bribery (Foreign Corrupt Practices Act), anti-racketeering ("RICO"), Foreign Corrupt Practices Act ("FCPA"), intellectual property (patents, trademarks, and copyrights), and antitrust. We hope the report will be an invaluable resource in helping companies and individuals understand when their actions risk entanglement in U.S. litigation, and how their activities can be organized to minimize that possibility.
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On behalf of Orrick and our Editorial Board representing more than 25 Orrick offices in North America, Europe and Asia, thank you for your interest.
Robert P. Reznick
The Global law firm Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP takes great pride in announcing the June 2016 edition of The World in U.S. Courts: Orrick’s Quarterly Review of Decisions Applying U.S. Law To Global Business and Cross-Border Activities. This issue contains our summaries of 25 new U.S. federal court decisions, in areas of the law including the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, Arbitration, Securities Law, White Collar Criminal Law, and Personal Jurisdiction. To view the current issue, please click here.
Please take a moment to review the members of our Editorial Board, who are drawn from Orrick’s 25 offices in North America, Europe, and Asia. From this page, you may also go directly to the list of decisions discussed in this issue and the summaries of the cases and authorities. We have also provided a very brief summary description of the statutes that plaintiffs have sought to apply to conduct outside the U.S. To do any of these things, please click the appropriate link below.
Robert P. Reznick