Latham & Watkins' innovative Book of Jargon® series demystifies legal and business jargon while other apps outline merger regimes and bribery and corruption rules in multiple jurisdictions. Intended for legal, financial and business executives across the globe, Latham's innovative products help to keep clients current.

    • Book of Jargon - Emerging Companies
    • 09 January 2017
      An online glossary of emerging company-specific terms to help demystify the often complex terminology and jargon of the entrepreneurial ecosystem.
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    • Global Anti-Bribery & Corruption Laws App
    • 06 June 2017
      An easily accessible guide to anti-bribery and corruption legislation in 13 major economies in Asia, the Middle East, Europe and the US.
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    • Global Merger Regimes App
    • 13 January 2017
      Free mobile toolkit designed to help companies navigate merger considerations in 80 countries.
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    • Book of Jargon (Mustard) Hedge Funds (with title)
    • 20 March 2013
      An online glossary of hedge fund slang and terminology.
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    • Latham OID Threshold Calculator®
    • 15 March 2017
      Quickly calculate whether incremental debt can trade with outstanding debt on a tax-fungible basis under the standard de minimis test.
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    • Latham & Watkins Book of Jargon - Oil & Gas
    • 20 November 2015
      An interactive glossary of oil and gas slang, legal and regulatory terms and acronyms.
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    • The Book of Jargon®: US Project Finance
    • 11 March 2012
      An online glossary of project development, acquisition and finance slang and terminology.
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