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The Australian privacy commissioner has found that Cupid Media failed to take reasonable steps to secure personal information held on its websites.
Since the enactment of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, calls have arisen in certain quarters for even more reform.
Supreme Court rejects premise for GHG Tailoring Rule, but largely maintains EPA’s authority to set GHG emission limits
The court’s decision upholds the EPA’s regulation of roughly 83 percent of stationary-source GHG emissions under its permitting programme.
Three key cases in one day address the future contours of arbitration clauses in California: action steps for employers
The California Supreme Court has clarified the permissible scope of class action waivers in arbitration clauses in California.
The ECJ has ruled that search engines need to remove the link between search results and a web page if it contains information an individual deems should be ‘forgotten’.
Leveraging the power of celebrity to shape consumer perception in a brand’s favour has always required a careful balancing act.
The notion that the two-year limitation period provided by the Montreal Convention 1999 could be applicable to claims brought pursuant to EC Regulation 261/2004 by default has been ruled out.
The annual summer time working hours restrictions will soon be implemented in the UAE, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Global VAT Guide: Cross Border Supplies of Intangible Services, Rights and Digital Content — June 2014
As business grows more global, the challenge for in-house counsel and in-house VAT specialists is intensifying. This guide is intended to meet this challenge head on.
English Commercial Court: article 30 of ICC Rules creates binding obligation to pay allotted share of advance on costs
The English Commercial Court has clarified the nature of an allotted share of an advance of costs pursuant to article 30 of the ICC Rules 1998.
It seems that it could be all change at the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), with new arbitration rules anticipated to come into force later this summer.
Sweden proposes new system for corporate taxation: a redistribution of tax payments in the business sector
A Swedish government committee mandated to analyse the Swedish corporate tax system has proposed new corporate tax rules.
US Court of Appeals backtracks from application of §1782 discovery in international commercial arbitration
In a surprising reversal, the US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has vacated its ruling in Consorcio Ecuatoriano de Telecomunicaciones SA v JAS Forwarding.
DLA Piper has published the June 2014 edition of its Austrian Tax Newsletter.
A law has introduced a requirement for Russian citizens holding any other (i) citizenship or (ii) permanent residence permit in a foreign state to notify the Russian FMS.
The Delaware state senator responsible for introducing a proposed ban on fee-shifting bylaws has sponsored a resolution to delay any vote on the proposed ban until 2015.
Health Alert — Medical Board of Australia v Putha; a better start to life for indigenous children; and more
DLA Piper has released the 23 June 2014 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
Big or small, it’s all hardball: merger enforcement actions below the HSR threshold — top 10 tips in non-reportable transactions
‘Less is more’ may be true in architecture, but in merger clearance law ‘less’ is still enough to trigger antitrust investigations and litigation and rescission of the whole transaction.
Those who practice before the IRS and are governed by Circular 230 are required to be familiar with it and its requirements.
Belgium: modified rules on pre-contractual information affect franchise agreements in Belgium — existing as well as future
Book X of the Belgian Economic Code concerning agency agreements, commercial collaboration agreements and distribution agreements is now in force.