International Entrepreneur Rule- a Court Victory

Today was a victory for the rule of law. The International Entrepreneur Rule was delayed by the new administration days before it was supposed to go into effect. Procedures and protocols were not followed as required by the law. The NVCA brought a case against the administration represented by the American Immigration Council and the[…]

International Entrepreneur Rule Officially on Path to Closure

While the writing was on the wall that the new administration would rescind the International Entrepreneur Rule, I was still holding hope that the so called business-men in this administration would see the economic merits of such a rule. It is afterall the closest we have ever come to a ‘startup visa’ in this country. […]

Lawsuit filed in response to delayed International Entrepreneur Rule

The National Law Journal reported the below copied article.   Venture Capital Advocates Sue Trump Over Delayed Foreign Entrepreneur Rule C. Ryan Barber, The National Law Journal September 19, 2017    | 0 Comments Andrew Pincus, of Mayer Brown, speaking during an event held at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce titled “CFPB’s Anti-Arbitration Rule: Analysis & Implications,” on[…]