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Jan 05, 2017

Foreign Companies (India) Establishing U.S. Subsidiaries – Some Jurisdictional Considerations (New Jersey)

The below post was co-authored by Steve Karg and Bob Gabrielski.

Last week, a first level appellate court in New Jersey issued an opinion for publication discussing the potential grounds for finding jurisdiction over a foreign parent corporation when its wholly-owned subsidiary has its principal place of business in New Jersey.  In FDASmart v. Dishman Pharmaceuticals and Chemicals Limited, App.» Read More

Mar 25, 2015

Don’t Let Your United States Sweepstakes or Contest Promotion Land You in Hot Water

The post below is authored by Stuart J. Freedman, Esq.

Many businesses use promotions based on sweepstakes or contests to stir up customer interest and/or add names to their mailing/contact lists.  For the unwary, doing so can get you into a great deal of legal difficulty.» Read More

Feb 14, 2014

Gabrielski Presents Seminar on the Promises & Perils of International Business

Norris McLaughlin & Marcus, in cooperation with The Somerset County Business Partnership, PNC Wealth Management, PNC Bank, and WithumSmith+Brown, PC, recently presented “Doing Business Internationally: Promises & Perils,” a panel-style breakfast seminar. Presenters included Robert C. Gabrielski, Member of Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus; Michele Stacey, Vice-President of International Banking Group at PNC Bank; Jeffrey Placido, Director of Foreign Exchange for PNC Capital Markets; Kimberlee Phelan, Partner of WithumSmith+Brown; and Mike Kerwin, President of the Business Partnership.» Read More

Oct 18, 2013

REWIND: International Business News #81

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This week in the REWIND of international business news, we cover the J.P. Morgan settlement for reckless trading, the decision by Supreme Court on suit against Nokia for patent royalties, and Samsung’s efforts to get import ban vetoed.» Read More

Jun 19, 2013

What Will Be Bernanke’s Swan Song? Tapering, Tightening, or the End of QE?

On the final day of the Fed’s two-day mid-year meeting, the bond and equity markets eagerly await Fed Chairman Bernanke’s comments regarding the Fed’s plans for the future of its massive bond buying program, otherwise known as Quantitative Easing 3 (QE3).  Will the Fed signal that it will taper, i.e., gradually ease out of its bond buying program; or will it tighten the program, i.e.» Read More


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