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Social media is an ever-increasing area of litigation. Facebook users spend more than 10.5 billion minutes per day on the website, for example.
E-health and fitness/wellness applications are being investigated and potentially sanctioned by the Italian data protection authority.
This article briefly surveys risks from the US healthcare perspective when companies choose to adopt a BYOD policy.
Welcome to the sixth issue of Spotlight on Belgium. DLA Piper’s Belgian team brings you up to speed with the latest legal updates.
This guide provides sound, practical advice on the relevant laws and regulations for foreign companies looking to invest in Australia.
Victoria Lee, a partner in DLA Piper’s Silicon Valley office, has been named to The Recorder’s list of Women Leaders in Tech Law for the second consecutive year.
The Technology Leaders Forecast Survey is a poll of more than 200 technology executives and investors developed by DLA Piper and PitchBook.
Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence — French legislation on evening advertising on public channels; and more download
The October issue of Sports, Media and Entertainment Intelligence discusses evening advertising on public channels, gambling, paid television and more.
EU data protection laws apply to ‘personal data’ in the broadest sense. A business email sent by an employee from the office constitutes ‘personal data’ as long as the email identifies an individual.
Intellectual Property and Technology News — service integration in the technology and sourcing space; and more
Intellectual Property and Technology News (Asia Pacific) is a biannual publication from DLA Piper that offers perspectives, analysis and visionary ideas.
DLA Piper has advised on the acquisition by Global Payments of Ezi Holdings (Ezidebit) for AUD305m.
The SEC has announced a mass action against 34 defendants for alleged violations of federal securities laws regarding reporting of stock holdings.
An opposer establishes a prima facie case for lack of bona fide intent to use a mark when it can show that the applicant does not have any documentation evidencing steps to use the mark in US commerce.
Supreme Court Corner: Nautilus Inc v Biosig Instruments Inc; Limelight Networks Inc v Akamai Techs; and more
DLA Piper has released the Q3 2014 issue its Supreme Court Corner publication.
Debates on the laws and regulations that will govern biosimilar products have been raging for some time.
The growth of R&D budgets and the increase in the number of patents issued to energy companies will likely result in a rise in patent disputes between competitors in the energy sector.
Intellectual Property and Technology News — state biosimilars laws are evolving; surviving a trademark opposition challenge; and more
DLA Piper has released issue 23 of its Intellectual Property and Technology News, which reports on worldwide developments in IP and technology law.
Businesses should begin identifying the cookies that are used by their website. A ‘cookie audit’ should be undertaken with the assistance of IT departments/specialist legal advisers.
DLA Piper has advised Acturis, a portfolio company of Summit Partners, on the acquisition of software company NAFI.
As fraud continues to cost the UK economy billions each year, bank customers are now looking to the banks to cover their losses. What steps should banks take to defend themselves?