MDO Partners’ Managing Partner Richard Montes de Oca and Compliance Advisor and Chief Information Officer Mike Capotespoke at Managing Compliance Across Borders, an advanced executive program that took place June 26-28, 2019 at the Donna E. Shalala Student Centerin Coral Gables, Florida.
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The University of Miami School of Law will be hosting the 2019 Global Rounds of theForeign Direct Investment (FDI) International Arbitration Moot competition on its campus from November 7-10, 2019.
The editors of the International Law Quarterly are soliciting articles for the Fall 2019 edition, which will focus on Caribbean topics and issues.
The International Law Section Gazette calls for all Members to share their biographies and professional achievements to support its newly introduced “Member Spotlight” section.
Let ILS membership assist you in developing a thriving international practice through peer network development that includes important shared learnings and reciprocal referrals of clients and casework.
The Executive Board of the International Law Section calls for all Members to share news about their professional achievements, endeavors, and successes to be published in theGazette and on the International Law Section website. To share your professional achievements with the ILS Network, please submit all relevant information to Davide Macelloni, Editor of the ILS Gazette.
Save the date for the following ILS webcasts: September 11, 2019: (3564) The Venezuela Sanctions: Staying Clear of Uncharted Mines (audio webcast) 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. by Aleksandar Dukic, Richard Montes De Oca, and Jacqueline Arango. September 18, 2019: (3565) The RFE Dilemma: How to Strategize Your Response to RFEs for L and H […]
The International Law Section Foreign Legal Consultants Committee and Legislative Committee call for all Members to join their ranks for the 2019-2020 bar year.
During the Spring, the Florida Bar International Law Section proudly offered CLE webinars on a wide variety of topics, including H-1B Processing, Key Changes in EU General Data Protection Regulations, and FIFA Transfer Rules and the Court of Arbitration for Sports. All past programs have a link to register for on demand and downloadable podcasts for the next […]
International Law Quarterly, Spring 2019, volume XXXV, no.2 To all members of the International Law Section: View or download your copy of the 2019 Spring issue of the International Law Quarterly.
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