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By Jonathan Segal
Some describe this as a big win for employers.
By Oliver Massmann
Mise à jour du cadre juridique et des réformes applicables
By Justus Getty
The patent litigation between two titans of the wind turbine industry continues to heat up as the parties fight over the validity of each other's patents and the scope of the dispute itself.
By Manfred Otto, Oliver Massmann, Bach Duong Pham, Frank Cooper
The Government of Vietnam issued the new Decree 63/2018/ND-CP on Investment in Form of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) replacing the old PPP Decree 15/2015/ND-CP, which was viewed by many as nonfunctional.
By Lori Ocheltree, Heather J. Zacharia
Things just got more difficult for businesses who use independent contractors in California.
By Oliver Massmann, Pham Ngoc Ha
In Vietnam, there is no private ownership of land. Land is owned by the people and administered exclusively by the State.
By Steven Gray
In reaction to the growth and popularity of cryptocurrencies and digital tokens, the SEC has recently begun to exercise its authority over the digital asset market.
By Kathleen O'Malley
On May 2, 2018, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed into law Assembly Bill No. 1827, the long-awaited, statewide Paid Sick Leave Law, which follows a wave of paid sick leave ordinances...
By Samuel Sharpe
On 8 May 2018, President Donald Trump announced his decision to reintroduce U.S. sanctions on Iran by ceasing the United States' participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action relating to Iran.
By Giles T. Cooper
For many countries across Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, the rapid pace of growth has meant that finding stable sources of funding can be a struggle.
By Giles T. Cooper
Small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are central to Vietnam's economic growth, providing significant contributions to job creation, export promotion and poverty reduction.
By Giles T. Cooper
Vietnam's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) expanded by 6.81 per cent last year, marking its highest growth rate in a decade.
By Justus Getty
ArcelorMittal appears to be an unusual petitioner at the PTAB in that ArcelorMittal and Array Technologies do not appear to be directly engaged in litigation over the ‘249 Patent.
By Joseph Pangaro
In an important new en banc opinion, the Fifth Circuit has abandoned its historic criteria for determining whether a contract relating to servicing oil or gas drilling on navigable waters...
By Caroline Austin, Linda Hollinshead, Emily M. Wajert
On April 30, 2018, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania held that the portion of the Philadelphia Wage Equity Ordinance ...
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