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On 19 December 2013, the CJEU rendered an important judgment concerning the interpretation of article 7 of Directive 96/9/EC regarding the legal protection of databases.
The 2013 International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA) Arbitration Guide has been published following a two-year consultation with ISDA members.
The Court of Appeal has ruled in Virgin Atlantic Airways v Jet Airlines (India) & Zodiac Seats UK and others that the English courts cannot go behind the EPO’s decision to grant a European patent.
A recent ruling has held that the enforcement of claims by an insolvent claimant in arbitration is contradictory to the aims of the insolvency proceedings and to a creditor’s interests.
Earlier this year, legislators in Kenya established the Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration by passing the Nairobi Centre for International Arbitration Act No. 26 of 2013.
This autumn, the people of Australia elected a new federal government, presenting a number of potential opportunities for investor-state arbitration in Australia.
Challenges to arbitrator appointments have become a hot topic in international arbitration, having arisen in several high-profile international arbitrations this year.
What you think you know about data privacy in Australia and overseas may just be wrong. This ‘top 10’ fact sheet dispels some common misconceptions about privacy.
DLA Piper’s Legal Notebook for December 2013 presents recent cases, headline issues and new legislation.
The energy reform proposed by Mexico’s Peña Nieto administration has been approved by the Mexican Congress and by a majority of the Mexican state legislatures.
DLA Piper has been instructed to act on a number of cases for a non-EU carrier that test the scope of EC Regulation 261/2004 in respect of missed flight connections outside the EU.
International climate change negotiations concluded last month in Warsaw at the 19th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
The new Australian privacy principles attempt to keep pace with changing technology, emerging privacy issues and developments in privacy law in Australia and internationally.
An office party that goes off the rails is a real source of employee complaints, workers compensation claims, damaged collegial relationships and even litigation.
An employee may want to record a conversation in the workplace for any number of reasons.
DLA Piper has released the 17 December 2013 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
New PRC Consumer Rights Law fills legal void governing data privacy protections — get ready for 3/15/2014 effective date
The newly revised Consumer Rights and Interests Protection Law of the PRC is the first revision of China’s old Consumer Rights Law since its promulgation in 1993.
The line between conduct that may be said to have taken place within or outside the workplace is often quite blurry.
The government has announced ‘reverse-charge’ rules for the sale of businesses and farm land.
Welcome to the first edition of Explore, DLA Piper’s magazine for the mining sector. Three times a year, the law firm will bring you a selection of insights from its global mining team.