Layton Canada Case Solution
This Case is aboutÂ CONFLICT, INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS, REGULATION
PUBLICATION DATE: December 19, 1995
Layton was stuck in an strange political situation. As part of an international reorganization procedure, the company was transformed from a subsidiary company of a Dutch parent corporation to a subsidiary company of an U.S. parent.Â Now, if it continues with its normal practice of exporting electric parts to Cuba, it’ll break U.S. export law. Nevertheless, it’ll break Canadian law in case it stops. A rewritten version of an earlier case.