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Australian Competition And Consumer Commission Issues Guidance On Its Information Gathering Authority
Section 155 notices are a powerful information gathering tool for the ACCC.
Australia
13 Sep 2019
2
NY DFS Doubles Down On FinTech, Consumer Protection, And Cryptocurrency Regulation
The New York State Department of Financial Services creates a new FinTech Division.
United States
12 Sep 2019
3
Federal Appellate Court Affirms Significant Reduction Of Damages Claim In TCPA Class Action
This ruling may help defendants confronted with TCPA class actions to dramatically reduce or limit damages awards.
United States
11 Sep 2019
4
Italy To Overhaul Class Actions
The New Law sets forth a new ad hoc opt-in procedure.
Italy
11 Jul 2019
5
Proposed Algorithmic Accountability Act Targets Bias In Artificial Intelligence
The Act was introduced on the heels of several widely publicized reports of AI leading to biased or discriminatory outcomes.
United States
2 Jul 2019
6
French Class Actions At A Glance And Their Prospects For Development
Since its introduction into French law in 2014, the class action à la française (action de groupe) has not met the legislator's expectations for the settlement of consumer disputes.
France
18 Jun 2019
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"Pretext Theory" As Applied To Unsolicited TCPA Fax Advertisement Claims
The plaintiff in the case, a professional corporation, had received via fax a satisfaction survey from the defendant. Robert Mauthe, M.D., P.C. v. National Imaging Assocs., Inc., No. 18-2119 (3d Cir. 2019).
United States
10 Jun 2019
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Supreme Court Sides With Merck In Unanimous Fosamax® Product-Liability Decision
Pharmaceutical company Merck recently obtained a unanimous win before the Supreme Court in a product-liability matter involving Merck's prescription medicine Fosamax®.
United States
29 May 2019
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Federal Reserve Proposes Amendments to "Financial Institution" Definition Under Regulation EE
FDICIA defines financial institution to include broker-dealers, depository institutions, and futures commission merchants and authorizes the FRB to define further "financial institutions" by regulation.
United States
27 May 2019
10
How Does Australia's New Consumer Data Right Work?
This will increase competition between businesses.
Australia
14 May 2019
11
Collective Redress In Europe: Comparing The European And German Framework
The German legislature will therefore have to amend its legislation if it is to be aligned with the EU Commission's proposal.
European Union
9 May 2019
12
NYDFS Creates "Powerhouse" Consumer Financial Protection Division
The New York Department of Financial Services makes good on a promise to fill the void left by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
United States
9 May 2019
13
How To Conduct A Product Recall In Australia: A Guide
Product recalls are becoming increasingly common. The ACCC and industry-specific regulators are very active in both overseeing product recalls and prosecuting non-compliance with legislative requirements.
Australia
22 Apr 2019
14
Department Of Justice Increasingly Challenges Class Settlements
In the past year, federal officials have increasingly objected to proposed class settlements in federal court.
United States
29 Mar 2019
15
Court Rejects Student-Athletes' Latest "Pay-for-Play" Bid
Judge permits schools, however, to offer additional non-cash, education-related benefits.
United States
13 Mar 2019
16
Jones Day Global Privacy & Cybersecurity Update | Vol. 21
Data privacy- and security-related class actions appear to be on the rise, and effectively defending them requires the right mix of substantive and procedural knowledge.
Worldwide
11 Mar 2019
17
Ninth Circuit Holds State And FCRA-Mandated Disclosures Must Be Separate
The court held that combining FCRA and state disclosures into one notice violates the FCRA and the CICRAA.
United States
19 Feb 2019
18
Collective Redress In Europe: Developments In Key Jurisdictions—The Netherlands
The Netherlands has a comprehensive system for collective actions and the collective settlement of claims but currently, there is no possibility to seek monetary damages in collective actions.
Netherlands
4 Feb 2019
19
Amended Massachusetts Data Breach Law Requires Additional Disclosures And Free Credit Monitoring
As of April 10, 2019, Massachusetts will implement an amended data breach law, Mass. Gen. L. 93H, initially introduced as a response to the Equifax data breach.
United States
28 Jan 2019
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The Netherlands Commercial Court: An Attractive Forum For Litigation
In December 2018, the Dutch Senate unanimously passed legislation to introduce the international trade chamber of the Court of Amsterdam (Netherlands Commercial Court ("NCC")) and the Amsterdam Court of Appeal ("NCCA").
Netherlands
14 Jan 2019
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