Volcker Rule Book
The Volcker Rule: Commentary and Analysis
The Volcker Rule is here and so is Dechert’s 376-page book about it! The book examines what the Rule requires and how it impacts the operations of a range of U.S. and non-U.S. banking and non-banking financial services companies, focusing on the challenges and opportunities it creates. Visit Thomson Reuters for more information.
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We represent 19 of the top 20 global asset managers.
(Source: Towers Watson, "The World's 500 Largest Asset Managers," year end 2013)
The scope and complexity of regulatory risks associated with economic sanctions, asset-freezing measures and trade embargoes are increasing greatly with recent world events. Visit our resources page to stay up-to-date on the latest developments.
Attorney-Client Privilege Answer Book 2015
In this guide to navigating communication between lawyers and clients, Dechert partner Christopher Ruhland examines the boundaries of attorney-client privilege and provides, in a Q&A format, clear answers to the questions that attorneys grapple with on a regular basis. Learn more and read the first chapter.
Deep Expertise
Dechert is a global specialist law firm with a deep bench of experts focused on sectors with the greatest complexities, legal intricacies and highest regulatory demands.
Financial Services Quarterly Report
The report covers recent developments in the international financial services industry.
Dechert advised biotechnology company Adocia in its recently announced licensing agreement with Eli Lilly on the development of an ultra-fast insulin, known as BioChaperone Lispro, for treatment of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes patients.
Dechert advised private equity client Court Square Capital Partners in its “going private” acquisition of Pike Corporation, one of the nation’s largest specialty construction and engineering firms serving the electric power industry.
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Read our analysis of the UK Employment Appeal Tribunal's decision in Game Retail v Laws, addressing whether a dismissal arising from an employee’s use of Twitter should have been found to be unfair.
Commercial Judgment
Dechert’s deep sector knowledge enables us to deliver practical commercial insight and judgment to our clients’ most important matters.
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Training by Trial
Corporate Counsel spoke with participants to delve into the success of the annual Trial Advocacy Program.
Dechert has a long standing tradition of providing pro bono services and giving back to our local communities. In this edition of A World of Good, we highlight some of our recent noteworthy successes.
The annual report recognizes firms based on the originality of their legal work and its impact on clients' businesses.
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Dechert is relentlessly focused on client needs. Nothing stands in the way of giving clients the best of the firm’s entrepreneurial energy and seamless collaboration.