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By Matthew Skinner, Simon Bellas, Zachary Sharpe
The Mediation Convention is intended to promote mediation as an effective way of resolving cross-border disputes.
By Ann T. Hollenbeck, John M. Kirsner, David T. Morris, Lisa Han
The proposed rules apply to all hospitals, regardless of whether they receive federal funding.
By Prudence Smith, Annie Leeks, Kenneth Hickman
Section 155 notices are a powerful information gathering tool for the ACCC.
By Joel May, Rory Hood, Bradley Brasser, Amy Pandit
The Situation: In an effort to update the rules to improve disclosures for investors and to simplify compliance efforts for registrants, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC")
By Mauricio Paez, Artur Badra, Guillermo Larrea
The Development: On July 8, 2019, Brazil enacted Law No. 13,853/19 outlining the final version of its General Data Protection Law
By Steven Fleming, James Ebert
On October 21, 2019, significant changes to New South Wales ("NSW") security of payment laws come into effect with the commencement of the Building
By Sébastien Champagne, Anna Masser, Evelyne Esterzon
Belgian class actions are currently available to consumers, as well as small and medium-sized enterprises ("SMEs") seeking damages from businesses for violations of a number of EU and Belgian laws.
By George Cahill, Jason Jurgens, Locke McMurray, Harriet Territt
The International Swaps and Derivatives Association ("ISDA") is in the midst of consulting the market on a wide variety of issues to develop "triggers" and "fallbacks"
By Tony Wassaf, Mark Crean, Brigitte M. Gasson
The Situation: The question in Termite Resources NL (in liq) v Meadows, in the matter of Termite Resources NL (in liq) (No 2) [2019] FCA 354 was whether, in circumstances where the strategic,
By Olivier Haas, Evgenia Nosareva, Hatziri Minaudier
The European Union's General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") has been effective since May 2018.
By David Maiorana
Despite the prohibition on patenting "abstract ideas" and the tendency of computer software claims to fall into that category, claims directed at improving faulty software systems may still be patentable if they encompass an inventive concept.
By Mauricio Paez, Kerianne N. Tobitsch, Clinton Oxford
The SHIELD Act significantly amends New York's data breach notification law and data protection requirements.
By John Evans, John Froemming, Tracy Stitt
A U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit decision strengthens U.S. design patent protection for replacement parts.
By Bénédicte Graulle, Jérémy Attali, Camille Rollin, Virginie Balusseau
The Financial Public Prosecutor and the French Anticorruption Agency are working hand in hand to fight corruption.
By Bénédicte Graulle, Jérémy Attali, Camille Rollin, Virginie Balusseau
The Enforcement Committee concluded that the provisions of the Sapin II Law were not violated.
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