News Coverage

Hiring in the U.S.? Read This First

Different employment laws mean different requirements on your end. Save yourself future headaches by doing an audit now

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Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM)

Cross-Border Mergers Create Mountain of HR Compliance Details

For any operation heading toward a merger, acquisition or divestment, executives tend to maintain a laser-like focus on the deal itself. However, especially when deals occur across multiple jurisdictions, there is a mountain of operational and compliance details to plan for, particularly in human resources.

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University Business

An American Abroad: How To Protect Your University When Sending Faculty and Staff Overseas

Universities may send their U.S.-based faculty and staff to work abroad on short- and long-term assignments. But these assignments frequently involve unfamiliar—and often overlooked—home- and host-country laws. Failure to comply with these laws can result in fines and reputational damage for the institution.

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Profit Guide

Setting Up in China? It Takes Time

China has done a good job of creating the appearance that it’s made it easier to establish a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE, pronounced “woofy”) there, but for Canadian SMEs, nothing’s really changed. The process is still time-consuming and onerous.

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BNA Insights: The End of Corporate Inversion?

As tax base erosion and profit shifting come under major scrutiny from the world’s biggest economies, the practice of corporate inversion has once again come under the microscope. While further restrictions on inversion are likely only a matter of time, ending the practice will amount to only a small patch on a global tax framework that’s come up for serious rethinking.

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