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Consumers who no longer wish to receive telemarketing messages from organisations can register their Singapore telephone numbers with the Do Not Call Registry.
This briefing includes a capsule review of the relevant provisions of the Dodd-Frank Act that were crafted to enhance corporate responsibility.
Part II provides an overview of the procurement process and what Japan is likely to expect from tenderers from commercial, compliance and cultural perspectives.
In the mobile environment, data can be collected and shared with ease. Each individual’s privacy must be strictly protected, no matter what platform/technology is used.
DLA Piper has released the 2 December 2013 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
Amendments to the auto-enrolment legislation to take account of practical experience came into force at the beginning of this month.
IVASS has launched a survey on the sale of insurance policies (typically in the form of group policies) in conjunction with non-insurance products or services.
ASIC is proposing to update and broaden its current employee share scheme class-order relief and regulatory guidance in response to developments in market practice and the need for clarity.
A recent decision by the Court of Appeal provides useful guidance on the correct approach to defining the market in relation to pharmaceutical products.
The Commercial Court has ruled on a number of key legal issues concerning the duties owed by Lloyd’s brokers to remit funds promptly to clients and reinsurers.
Redefinition of the guaranteed minimum prices for electricity production plants up to 1MW powered by renewables sources
An AEEG consultation document redefines the guaranteed minimum prices for electricity production plants up to 1MW powered by renewables sources.
On 6 November 2013, the Commercial Court handed down its judgment in Tokio Marine Europe Insurance Ltd v Novae Corporate Underwriting Ltd.
This update outlines what has stayed the same under the limited merits review regime, what has changed and the developments during the SCER’s consultation on the NEL and NGL amendments.
Royal Decree-Law 9/2013 adopting urgent measures in order to ensure financial stability of the electricity system was published in the Official Spanish Gazette in July.
DLA Piper’s Global Financial Markets Insight guides users of finance through the vast array of financial products and financing techniques that are now available.
DLA Piper has released the 25 November 2013 issue of its Health Alert, which focuses on judgments, legislation and reports in the health sector.
DLA Piper has released its latest Pensions News publication, which reports on recent developments in pensions legislation, guidance and case law.
Unions target tech companies’ outside vendors: four action points when your company is caught in the middle
Since the technology company does not employ the individuals performing the services, it has nothing to worry about from labour unions seeking to organise them. Right?
Workplace guides in place for start of Australian anti-bullying laws in 2014 — replacing proposed Code of Practice
After two rounds of public consultation, Safe Work Australia has determined to release its draft Code of Practice on Preventing and Responding to Workplace Bullying in the form of a guide.
US-Swiss voluntary disclosure programme: deadlines are looming — Swiss banks need not panic, but must act swiftly and thoughtfully
The voluntary bank disclosure programme between Switzerland and the US offers worried Swiss banks the possibility of peace of mind from future prosecution.