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Dentons Ranked No. 1 in Midwest Real Estate News "Best of the Best 2018"
For the fifth consecutive year, Dentons' Real Estate practice has been ranked No. 1 on the "Best of the Best" list by Midwest Real Estate News.
With all the changes and announcements in 2018, our Eurozone Hub has collated the following supervisory outlook for 2019 as a non-exhaustive “Playbook” for Banking Union Supervised Institutions and other regulated market participants already based in or otherwise relocating to the EU and/or the Eurozone.
Canada Federal Budget 2019
In the wake of the release of the much-anticipated 2019 Federal Budget, members of Dentons’ Tax group, together with a team at Wolters Kluwer, have prepared a Special Report which provides a detailed analysis and concise summary of the changes featured in the Budget.
Global tax guide to doing business in... 2019
Our Global tax guide to doing business in… highlights the complexities of corporate tax systems in 28 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia Pacific, Australia and Europe.
US Policy Scan 2020
The Dentons US Public Policy Team is pleased to release its annual Policy Scan, our comprehensive overview of the policy and political landscape in 2020. We look to highlight movements across the spectrum of policy areas in the coming year.
Starting your career as a student at Dentons exposes you to a world of experience and opportunities
Dentons is home to top-tier talent that is found at the intersection of geography, industry knowledge and substantive legal experience. Working with Dentons, you will have the opportunity to learn from the best lawyers in the industry at the largest law firm in the world.
The Legal 500 EMEA 2019 recognizes over 130 Dentons lawyers
The 2019 edition of The Legal 500 Europe, Middle East and Africa has recognized 133 Dentons lawyers, of which 89 have been included in the elite “Leading Lawyers” list, while 44 are listed as “Next Generation Lawyers”.
Dentons launches Market Insights publication: “Digital Transformation and the Digital Consumer”
Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, has launched a new Market Insights publication entitled “Digital Transformation and the Digital Consumer”, which examines the legal implications of the online economy.
Dentons ranks across 68 tables securing 109 individual and 43 practice rankings in Chambers USA
Global law firm Dentons earned 109 individual and 43 practice rankings - a 20% increase over last year - in the most recent edition of Chamber USA.
On November 4, 2016, the Department of Defense (DoD) published a proposed rule that continues its efforts to address concerns regarding substantial future independent research and development (IR&D) investments when such effort is undertaken as a means of reducing evaluated bid prices in competitive source selections. The proposed rule, if made final, would establish a new DoD Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) clause, DFARS 252.215-70XX, “Notification of Inclusion of Evaluation Criteria for Reliance Upon Future Government-reimbursed Independent Research and Development Investments,” which would require the government to add costs (for proposal evaluation purposes) to contractor offers for major defense acquisitions and major automated information system acquisitions that rely on IR&D efforts.
Dentons' US Government Contracts and Global Procurement Practice partners Thomas A. Lemmer and Steven M. Masiello, along with Denver associate K. Tyler Thomas, submitted comments on the proposed rule. Notably, the DoD previously sought industry input on the proposed rule through an advanced notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR). Dentons, along with numerous others in the industry, provided significant comments challenging the ANPR. The DoD, however, disregarded the industry input it received and published the proposed rule containing nearly identical language to the ANPR, thereby failing to abide by the requirements imposed on the DoD when it engages in rulemaking. In light of the DoD’s disregard of ANPR responses and its apparent commitment to forging ahead with this proposed rule, we resubmitted our prior comments in their entirety for the DoD’s reconsideration.
In addition to resubmitting our prior comments, we provided new comments emphasizing the following four significant flaws related to the proposed rule:
We strongly believe that these comments, in addition to our prior comments, support the withdrawal of the proposed rule. Importantly, irrespective of the current regulatory freeze put into place by the Trump administration, contractors should remain wary of the DoD’s persistence on this rule and of the potential finalization of the proposed rule when the freeze is lifted. Thus, industry should continue to submit comments and support the withdrawal of the proposed rule. The comment period closes February 2, 2017.
You can read Dentons’ comments in full here.
Additionally, Dentons lawyers advised the American Bar Association Section of Public Contract Law on its comments on the proposed rule.
In a prior alert, Dentons provided its comments, as well as those of the American Bar Association Section of Public Contract Law, in response to the ANPR.