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Jones Day
The CJEU has confirmed that Christian Louboutin's red outer sole can be a trademark.
Littler Mendelson
In its recent Grand Chamber judgment, the European Court of Human Rights held that employers can monitor an employee's email only if they provide advance notice.
Jones Day
In 2014, the General Court upheld the challenged Commission decision.
Arnold & Porter
On 28 June 2017, Advocate General Sanchez-Bordona issued his opinion in Case C-329/16, the first case in which the CJEU has been asked to consider the classification of software...
Devry Smith Frank LLP
The European Union (EU) has slapped Google with a 2.42 billion euro ($2.72 billion U.S.) fine for breaching antitrust rules with its online shopping service.
Orrick
On April 13, 2017 in Janssen Cilag S.A.S v. France,[1] the European Court of Human Rights (the "Court") confirmed the validity of search and seizure operations carried out by the French Competition...
Morrison & Foerster LLP
The legal dispute concerning the legality of such sales has thereby been decided in favor of the media industry.
Arnold & Porter
Unusually, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU contains a provision (Art. 17(2)) expressly recognizing the right to the protection of intellectual property.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
The Court of Appeal has held that a clause denying an extension of time to a Contractor if there is concurrent delay is enforceable and is not contrary to the so-called "prevention principle."
Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP
U.S. producer ConocoPhillips on Monday said Venezuela's PDVSA agreed to pay $2 billion to settle an arbitration award, suspending a dispute that blocked the state-run oil firm from exporting crude from most of its key Caribbean facilities.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
On August 27, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that Legg Mason Inc. will pay more than $34 million to settle an investigation related to the conduct of a subsidiary in Libya.
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP
International arbitration cannot withstand the inexorable march of technological progress any more than the national courts with which it competes for jurisdiction.
WilmerHale
Over the past two decades, the status of customary international law in U.S. courts has been the subject of vigorous debate. On the one hand, proponents of the "modernist" position contend that rules of customary international law are presumptively rules of federal law, which apply directly in U.S. courts and preempt inconsistent state law even in the absence of federal legislative or executive authorization.
WilmerHale
International Arbitration in Central and Eastern Europe: an Overview and Key Developments; Arbitrating in New York: the NYIAC Advantage; Class, Collective and Mass Arbitrations; and England & Wales ...
Arnold & Porter
The issuance of an arbitral award in favor of the claimant may not be the end of the road to redress.
Seyfarth Shaw LLP
In January 2017, The Sedona Conference Working Group on International Electronic Information Management, Discovery, and Disclosure (WG6) issued the much-anticipated International Litigation Principles on Discovery...
Herbert Smith Freehills
On July 3, 2018, Uruguay passed its International Commercial Arbitration Act after its upper house, the Chamber of Senators, signed off the draft in May.
WilmerHale
Gary Born, Chair of the International Arbitration practice group at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, Senior Associate Jonathan Lim and Visiting Foreign Lawyer Ana Tuiketei contributed to a regional international arbitration conference jointly organized by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific, and the Fiji Government.
WilmerHale
The post analyzes the recent ICSID Award in Favianca v. Venezuela and, more broadly, addresses the issue of international claims filed after a State has denounced a treaty but before that denunciation has become effective.
WilmerHale
Arbitration analysis: Steven Finizio and Manuel Casas at WilmerHale, consider the US District Court's decision in Crystallex v Venezuela to uphold the $1.2bn damages award and suggest that the case reaffirms the deferential approach to reviewing arbitral awards.
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Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
On August 27, 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that Legg Mason Inc. will pay more than $34 million to settle an investigation related to the conduct of a subsidiary in Libya.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
The Court of Appeal has held that a clause denying an extension of time to a Contractor if there is concurrent delay is enforceable and is not contrary to the so-called "prevention principle."
Smith Gambrell & Russell LLP
U.S. producer ConocoPhillips on Monday said Venezuela's PDVSA agreed to pay $2 billion to settle an arbitration award, suspending a dispute that blocked the state-run oil firm from exporting crude from most of its key Caribbean facilities.
Herbert Smith Freehills
On July 3, 2018, Uruguay passed its International Commercial Arbitration Act after its upper house, the Chamber of Senators, signed off the draft in May.
Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP
International arbitration cannot withstand the inexorable march of technological progress any more than the national courts with which it competes for jurisdiction.
WilmerHale
Gary Born, Chair of the International Arbitration practice group at Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr LLP, Senior Associate Jonathan Lim and Visiting Foreign Lawyer Ana Tuiketei contributed to a regional international arbitration conference jointly organized by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the United Nations Commission for International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) Regional Centre for Asia and the Pacific, and the Fiji Government.
Littler Mendelson
In its recent Grand Chamber judgment, the European Court of Human Rights held that employers can monitor an employee's email only if they provide advance notice.
WilmerHale
The post analyzes the recent ICSID Award in Favianca v. Venezuela and, more broadly, addresses the issue of international claims filed after a State has denounced a treaty but before that denunciation has become effective.
Jones Day
The CJEU has confirmed that Christian Louboutin's red outer sole can be a trademark.
WilmerHale
Over the past two decades, the status of customary international law in U.S. courts has been the subject of vigorous debate. On the one hand, proponents of the "modernist" position contend that rules of customary international law are presumptively rules of federal law, which apply directly in U.S. courts and preempt inconsistent state law even in the absence of federal legislative or executive authorization.
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