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In response to the continuing situation in eastern Ukraine and Crimea, the European Union (EU) has adopted further significant sanctions against Russia. On 6 August 2014, Russia responded.
The EU Article 29 Working Party’s guidance on the ‘legitimate interests’ ground for processing personal data
If a data controller does not have the consent of a data subject to process his or her data, when does the ‘legitimate interest’ condition bite?
Demonstrators from a religious order are protesting Cavalli’s use of a design that they claim is demeaning of their religious symbol.
The Ely Lily case highlighted the impact a judicial decision can have on a business. But what of the wider impact a judge can have on the economy as a whole?
In this podcast, Paul Harris shares his thoughts and observations on the commercial world, and intellectual property in particular.
Paul Harris, intellectual property litigation partner, shares his thoughts and observations on the commercial world, and intellectual property in particular.
The US, Canada and the EU have designated a number of additional officials and companies as the unrest continues in eastern Ukraine.
Paul Harris, intellectual property litigation partner at Pillsbury, gives his thoughts and observations on the commercial world, and intellectual property in particular.
Sanctions have escalated at a rapid pace as western powers responded to the crisis in Ukraine and Russian’s annexation of Crimea.
In response to political developments in Ukraine and Russian military action in Crimea, the US, the EU and Canada have issued new sanctions.
On 20 January 2014, the US Treasury and state departments took steps to implement temporary and limited changes to US sanctions policy for Iran.
Despite confusing media reports, the interim nuclear deal reached by Iran and the P5+1 would change very little in US and multilateral sanctions policy.
While much of the world is finally getting a handle on the .com, .net and .org domains, we are on the brink of an explosion of hundreds of new generic top-level domains.
Different jurisdictions are striving for the right balance in the regulatory frameworks governing equity-based compensation arrangements.
Sponsors of global stock plans must navigate a host of legal and tax regimes to maintain compliance with applicable rules and laws.