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Mar 19, 2012

PART II. Going Global: A Review of Critical Issues of Executive Mobility – Immigration

Previously, we published PART I. Going Global: A Review of Critical Issues of Executive Mobility in our series on Global Executive Mobility Strategy.  Here is Part II, another issue to consider when developing a Global Executive Mobility Strategy:

Immigration laws and visa requirements vary from country to country and the process of obtaining the appropriate visa or other permit in order to legally work in the host country can be challenging and time consuming.  » Read More

Mar 08, 2012

PART I. Going Global: A Review of Critical Issues of Executive Mobility

Increasingly, companies are realizing that having the appropriate talent at the right place is essential to the success of a globally-focused enterprise.  To that end, the movement of executives globally has accelerated in recent years, whether involving a short-term visit, a temporary assignment, or a long-term foreign transfer of employment.  » Read More

Jan 26, 2012

IN THE NEWS: Norris McLaughlin Represents Lombard Risk $4.25 Million Acquisition of SOFGEN Regulatory Reporting Business

The International Law Group of the Bridgewater-based law firm Norris McLaughlin, P.A., represented Lombard Risk Management plc in its acquisition of the regulatory reporting business of banking consultancy SOFGEN Holdings Limited for $4.25 million in cash, loan notes and equity. » Read More

Feb 23, 2011

Managing Human Resource and Personnel Matters in the U.S.

Doing business in the U.S.? Thinking about entering the U.S. market?  If so, it’s essential that your company considers and properly manages human resource and personnel matters as you enter or continue to conduct business in the U.S. market. Compliance with U.S.» Read More

Apr 12, 2010

Health Care Reform, Part II: How Health Care Reform Will Impact Doing Business in the U.S. in 2014

Guest Blogger: Stefanie R. McNamara, General Counsel at St. Peter’s University Hospital (formerly a Senior Associate with Norris McLaughlin, P.A.)

After the initial reforms in the health care law go into effect later this year, the bulk of the reforms applicable to U.S.» Read More