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November 28, 2011 By Guo Lian Law Firm
China launched formally a comprehensive business concentration control regime on 1 August 2008 when its Anti Monopoly Law (“AML”) entered into effect.
November 28, 2011 By Siam Legal International
Securing approval for the UK visitor visa does not solely rely in satisfying all the documentary requirements. There are other factors that applicants from Thailand should consider. Usually, these aspects readily determine the application’s success.
November 28, 2011 By Diane A. Nygaard, PA
Once you have been taken advantage of by deceitful stockbrokers or financial advisors, it's hard to trust anyone. However, it is essential that you consult with a capable securities fraud attorney if a financial professional has encouraged you to invest in ventures that are risky or if they have invested your money without your knowledge.
November 28, 2011 By MMLC Group
This article looks at the options for proceeding with IP infringement claims in China, with an emphasis on court action, procedural issues, and recent damages awards provided by Chinese courts.
November 28, 2011 By Challenge Law Firm
Registering a trademark in Egypt shall be carried out in accordance with the Intellectual Property Law No. 82/2002. Registering a trademark is not mandatory to use it in Egypt. However, it is preferable that the trademark's owner have his trademark registered. Said registration shall grant the owner of the trademark the exclusive right to use and license his trademark, prevent the other form registering same and take the legal procedures against any infringement of said trademark.
The Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”) requires that the sale of a security be registered under the Securities Act, unless the security or transaction qualifies for an exemption from registration.
Regulation D, Rule 506 Offerings - To offer and sell securities in the United States, an issuer must comply with the registration requirements of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the "Securities Act"), or must offer and sell the securities pursuant to an exemption from the registration statement requirements.
Investor relations involve the dissemination of information regarding a publicly traded company to create awareness of the public company and its business and to increase its stock price. The person who provides the investor relations services is known as a “Stock Promoter”. Stock promoters have used illegal practices and are often the subject of enforcement actions by the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “Commission”) is the stock promoter.
November 28, 2011 By Glanzer & Associates, PC
Can you get evicted for declaring bankruptcy? This is a tricky question and depends on the individual facts of your case.
FINRA Rule, 6490, recently enacted in September 2010, requires issuers of equities and debt securities not listed on exchanges to provide timely notice to FINRA of certain corporate actions. These corporate actions include name changes, forward stock splits, reverse stock splits, distributions of cash or securities such as dividends, stock splits and other actions, and rights and subscription offerings.