Explore ACC's selection of global, regional, and country-focused resources to help in-house counsel navigate legal, business and career issues arising from the COVID-19 (coronavirus / 2019-nCov) crisis.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding blockchain and cryptocurrency across a range of jurisdictions.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding franchise across a range of jurisdictions.
The legal and regulatory landscape of the Middle East, specifically in Oman, is constantly evolving, meaning businesses have to remain agile in order to continue to progress. In this article, learn how these changes impact your legal team.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced companies to quickly adapt to using electronic signatures for various documents. The US Congress has enacted legislation on electronic signatures, as have the states.
In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding copyright across a range of jurisdictions.
Clients want their attorneys to write legal documents in plain language they can understand. In the last 20 years the federal government has moved towards requiring legal documents filed with various agencies to be written in plain language.
The development of blockchain technology is moving quickly, but there are still questions about government oversight and competition. Blockchain technology implicates privacy, antitrust, and securities law issues.
The following article outlines some key changes that may be of note when selecting arbitral rules and preparing for arbitrations under the 2021 Rules.
The Apostille Convention facilitates the use of public documents abroad through the use of a simplified one-step process, the apostillisation. This article compares the simplified process under the Act with the current procedure for the authentication and legalisation of public documents for recognition outside of Singapore. The latter will remain applicable for countries that are not signatories to the Apostille Convention.