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An Era of Exclusion: Ongoing US Immigration Policy Changes Under the Trump Administration

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Bernard P Wolfsdorf, Matthew Beatus, Robert Blanco & Joseph Barnett, Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP In this article, Bernard P Wolfsdorf, Matthew Beatus, Robert Blanco and Joseph Barnett at Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP give an insight into recent developments in US immigration policy under the Trump administration. 

Legal Representation in South African Immigration Proceedings: Rights & Necessities

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Gary S Eisenberg, Eisenberg Associates In this article, Gary Eisenberg assesses immigration regulation in South Africa and the importance of the role of the lawyer in related proceedings.

Working in Malta: a Detailed Guide to Corporate Immigration

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Jean-Philippe Chetcuti & Priscilla Mifsud Parker, Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates With a Maltese labour supply that’s almost fully employed, foreign workers are necessary in order for the country to meet its economic needs. Jean-Philippe Chetcuti and Priscilla Mifsud Parker from Maltese law firm Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates pen a guide to corporate immigration, detailing the ins and outs of employment immigration in Malta.

Australia’s Migration Programme: A New Epoch in Protecting and Managing Australia’s Borders

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Maria Jockel, Legal Principal, BDO Migration Services Maria Jockel explores the establishment of the Home Affairs Portfolio, including the Department of Home Affairs (the Department) which heralds a new epoch in protecting and managing Australia’s borders.

Banking 2018 Fintech: Roundtable

For the first time, Who’s Who Legal brings together Rasmus Mandøe Jensen at Plesner, Joan Carette at Osborne Clarke, Adrian Ang at Allen & Gledhill, Angela Itzikowitz at ENSafrica and Charles Morgan, Laure Fouin and Ana Badour of McCarthy Tétrault to discuss some of the most important issues facing fintech lawyers and their clients today, including regulatory developments, investor interest in the sector and the threat of cyberattacks.

Trending: EU Harmonisation in the Dutch Financial Regulatory Landscape 2018/19

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Bart Bierman, Finnius In this article, Bart Bierman at Finnius explores the evolving nature of the Dutch regulatory landscape across the financial sector and the shift towards harmonisation with EU legislation.

Hot Topics in Syndicated Lending

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Philip Spittal and Andrew Stanfield, Linklaters This is a time of significant change in the loan markets. New financial products, ongoing banking reforms and documentary change in a fast-evolving market are now a permanent feature of the landscape. This article explores some of the key issues now facing the debt markets.

Banking 2018: Roundtable

Who’s Who Legal brings together Paras Shah at Bowmans Kenya, Andrew Brereton and Bert De Maeyer at Clifford Chance, and Colin Ong QC from Dr Colin Ong Legal Services to discuss some of the key trends within the banking sector – including recent legislative developments – key client issues, and the relationship between the global financial services industry and politics.

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