Discover what you need to know before going public in the US and how working with an international business lawyer can streamline the process.
For international startups considering venture capital opportunities in the United States, careful planning will help you make the most of your investment.
If you’re a startup founder seeking angel investment and venture capital, take the time to understand 83(b) elections – they
While IRC 409A theoretically doesn’t apply to employees from another country, it does contain provisions that can ensnare employers of those working outside the United States.
What were the differences, and what are the implications for the future? Over the recent years, there has been significant
When planning on opening an office in the US, there are several things you should anticipate before making the move.
Two recent cases have highlighted the importance of employers (and employment tribunals) to consider “childcare disparity,” namely that women are
If you wish to become a lawful permanent resident in the U.S., seek information on how to get a green card in the USA and applying for a green card through employment.
June 3, 2021 – New York, NY – International corporate law firm Rooney Nimmo is delighted to announce that David
The Biden administration recently put its weight behind a push for more sharing of the technology behind COVID-19 vaccines to
Kirby v Lancaster University: clarity over Covid-19 unauthorised deductions and furlough in employment tribunal ruling In a reserved judgment issued
Employment tribunals deal with claims brought against employers (the “respondent”) by employees (the “claimant”). Before reading this article, we would
To incorporate your business as a non-US resident, you’ll need to take several steps.
April 21, 2021 – New York – International corporate law firm Rooney Nimmo is delighted to announce that David Montoya
Employment tribunals hear cases and deliver judgments on employment-related disputes. A claim can be made to an employment tribunal if
In this article, we highlight two cases heard together, where the UK Supreme Court held that carers who may sleep
Foreign-owned businesses may find the most protections under incorporation instead of simple registration.