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Shearman & Sterling Wins Four China Business Law Awards 2019

Shearman & Sterling won four awards from China Business Law Journal’s China Business Law Awards 2019, in the categories of Anti-Bribery & Compliance, Capital Markets (Overseas), Construction and Infrastructure, and Dispute Resolution.

Global Investigations Practice Ranked No. 14 in the GIR 100

Shearman & Sterling’s excellence in investigations was once again recognized by Global Investigations Review (GIR), which ranked the firm No. 14 in the 2017 edition of the GIR 100, a guide to the world’s leading firms for corporate investigations.

Ikeda’s Comments in Yomiuri Shimbun on Japanese Companies’ Cartel Activities

Partner Masahisa Ikeda’s (Tokyo-Capital Markets) interview on U.S. antitrust law concerning Japanese companies’ business customs was included in the Yomiuri Shimbun article titled “Antitrust Law in Transition” dated September 14, 2017. The article discusses U.S./Europe authorities’ investigation of Japanese companies’ cartel activities.

Navigating Iran Sanctions

With the recent news that the US allowed Boeing and Airbus to sell airplanes to Iran, partners Lisa Jacobs and Philip Urofsky discuss the challenges still ahead for western aircraft manufacturers and examine the differences between US and EU regulations in navigating Iran sanctions.

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