Whiteford Gov Con Group Continues Growth with Worldwide Transactional and Procurement Legal professional

Whiteford Gov Con Group Continues Expansion with International Transactional and Procurement Attorney

WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE) – Whiteford, Taylor & Preston announced that Steven D. Hrubala, an international lawyer specializing in transactions and procurement, has joined the firm’s Government Contracts Group as Senior Counsel. With over twenty-five years of extensive experience building and leading procurement, procurement and contract negotiation functions in financial services, telecommunications and technology companies, Mr. Hrubala … Read more

Does My Worldwide Hashish Enterprise Must Register within the U.S.?

Does My International Cannabis Business Need to Register in the U.S.?

In the previous post in this series, we discussed US and state tax requirements for international cannabis companies. This post focuses on when a foreign corporation should or must register as a corporation in a U.S. state, either by registering its foreign corporation directly in that state or by establishing an affiliate or subsidiary in … Read more

Does My Worldwide Hashish Enterprise Have to Pay U.S. Federal or State Taxes?

Does My International Cannabis Business Need to Pay U.S. Federal or State Taxes?

We regularly receive inquiries from international companies and existing international customers regarding the cannabis business in the United States. This and the following two posts answer questions for foreign cannabis companies about when to pay US federal and state income taxes, when to register a US business entity, and what options are available to them … Read more

Worldwide Challenges Assist China and the EU Discover Settlement on Know-how Switch

International Challenges Help China and the EU Find Agreement on Technology Transfer

On December 30, 2020, after seven long years of negotiations, China and the EU concluded the negotiations on a Comprehensive Investment Agreement (CAI) in principle. The frayed political and trade relations with the US and Brexit convinced EU members to put aside objections related to human rights violations and to sign the deal with China, … Read more

TASSC Worldwide Assertion on the Abduction of Ugandan Human Rights Lawyer Nicholas Opiyo and Fellow Attorneys

COVID-19 Spurs New Mass Tort Litigation

WASHINGTON, December 22, 2020 / PRNewswire / – TASSC International has learned that Ugandan human rights activist Nicholas Opiyo was kidnapped today, December 22, 2020, at a restaurant in the Kamwokya area (Uganda) with a group of other human rights lawyers – Dakasi Herbert, Odur Anthony and Esomu Obure – from unidentified Ugandan security forces. … Read more

I Am an Worldwide Hashish Firm. Do I Want a U.S. Company or LLC to Do Enterprise?

I Am an International Cannabis Company. Do I Need a U.S. Corporation or LLC to Do Business?

I work with international cannabis companies outside of the US and regularly request inquiries from others who want to enter the US market or who are already selling in the US market through an intermediary such as a broker or sales representative. In the United States, there are four main ways to enter the market … Read more

Pakistan lawyer says Daniel Pearl’s killer is worldwide terrorist, cites Indian court docket’s verdict

Pakistan lawyer says Daniel Pearl's killer is international terrorist, cites Indian court's verdict

Islamabad: A lawyer representing the parents of the murdered US journalist Daniel Pearl informed the Pakistani Supreme Court on Wednesday that the mastermind behind the murder is an international terrorist and cited a ruling by the Indian Apex court to support his arguments to support. Pearl, the 38-year-old head of the Wall Street Journal’s South … Read more

Worldwide flights return to Melbourne; Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani has coronavirus; NSW quarantine bungle might threaten WA’s border reopening; UK gears up for enormous vaccination plan; Freedom day in NSW and Victoria with restrictions eased

From Freya NobleDecember 06, 2020 11:56 PM Queensland is “reiterating” its offer to host the 2032 Olympic Games in Brisbane, the Prime Minister has announced. Annastacia Palaszczuk said she had a “positive discussion” today with the President of the Australian Olympic Committee, John Coates. “It is time for everyone to reaffirm their commitment to these … Read more

Case preview: When can U.S. firms be sued for alleged violations of worldwide human rights?

Case preview: When can U.S. companies be sued for alleged violations of international human rights?

Enacted as part of the Judiciary Act of 1789, the Alien Tort Statute allows foreigners to bring lawsuits in U.S. courts for serious violations of international law. On Tuesday, the justices will hear oral argument in a pair of cases, Nestlé USA v. Doe I and Cargill, Inc. v. Doe I, that ask whether a … Read more