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49 Lawyers and 18 Practice Areas Recognized in Chambers USA 2020

Apr 23 2020
Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP is pleased to announce that 49 attorneys and 18 state-level practice areas have been ranked in the 2020 edition of Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business. This includes three attorneys who have been recognized in Chambers’ High Net Worth (HNW) Guide. Six practices earned Band 1 rankings, and 11 lawyers received one or more Band 1 rankings.

WBD advises NCR Corporation on £100 million technology acquisition

Jan 09 2020
Womble Bond Dickinson (WBD), has advised NCR Corporation, a global enterprise technology company for the retail, hospitality and banking industries, on the acquisition of Zynstra for approximately £100 million. Zynstra, based in Bath, has developed innovative "edge virtualisation" software which optimises existing retail store technology to enhance customer and employee experiences through faster innovation and which reduces cost to serve in-store.


Jan 02 2020
The Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (“SECURE”) Act was signed into law on December 20, 2019. The SECURE Act (the “Act”) is intended to incentivize employers to offer retirement plans, promote additional retirement savings, and enhance retiree financial security.

KeyLogic Systems Acquired by IIA Technologies Corp, Womble Bond Dickinson Provides Sale-Side Representation

Jun 17 2019
KeyLogic Systems, Inc., a leading provider of R&D technology management, BI data analysis and visualization, software and system engineering, cloud implementation, and biometrics solutions to the DOE, DOD, EPA, FBI, NASA and other federal agencies, announced on June 4, 2019 that it has been acquired by Information International Associates Holdings, LLC (IIA), an advanced analytics, data management, and technology firm focused on national security, energy assurance, and global competitiveness.

US Treasury Issues Proposed Regulations on the Beneficial IRC Section 250 Corporate Tax Deduction Related to Export Sales of Property and Services

Mar 28 2019
US Treasury has now published detailed guidance on a significant US corporate tax rate benefit for any US company that conducts direct sales of property and/or services to foreign persons for foreign use. The tax rate benefit is achieved through a deduction of 37.5% from a direct foreign sales income base, before the 21% corporate tax rate is imposed. The deduction results in a 13% effective tax rate on qualifying direct foreign sales income.