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Parallel import guidance clarified by CJEU

By Charlie Bond and John Coldham The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has issued a ruling clarifying what you can, and cannot, do if you wish to import goods from one Member State of the EU to another. In summary, it has ruled that the trademark owner cannot oppose the further commercialisation of […]

Canadian cannabis companies gaining traction in US

By Henry A Harris and Stephen Franchetto With the Cannabis Act (Bill C 45) set to be voted on by the Senate of Canada in two weeks (June 7, 2018) and legalization of marijuana expected in the coming months, Canada’s largest cannabis company today became the first marijuana producer to be approved for listing on the […]

Draft law: Russia’s counter-sanctions against the US and other states

On 17 May 2018, the State Duma adopted in the second reading the draft Federal Law ‘On the Measures (Countermeasures) in Response to Unfriendly Actions of the USA and(or) other Foreign States’ (hereinafter – the ‘Draft Law’). Compared to the initial version introduced by a group of deputies in April this year, the Draft Law […]

Poland: Basic legal aspects of branch and representative office activity

By Łukasz Szostak Under the Polish law, a foreign entrepreneur may, based on the reciprocity principle, set up its branch in the Republic of Poland. The scope of the branch’s activity may include only the activity that is performed by the entrepreneur in the country of its incorporation…

Mongolia: Legal summary on electronic money regulation

The new law on the National Payment System, dated 31 May 2017, shall become effective from 1 January 2018. The importance of the new law is an integrated payment system launch between the Central Bank, commercial banks, legal entities, other financial institutions and individual customers. As result of the law enactment, the Central Bank will […]

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Morgan Cole has lost its highly-rated head of agriculture Christopher Findley to Westminster firm Bircham Dyson Bell. Findley has left his role at Morgan Cole’s Oxford office to join the 36-partner firm later this month.Bircham Dyson’s executive committee chairman Nicholas Brown said that Findley would be bringing many of his clients with him from Morgan […]

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There’s no such thing as community. There, I’ve said it. It’s not often one can ape the words of the mad Baroness without a feeling of shame or fear for one’s sanity, but in this case… I have always hated the term. Every internet project I’ve been involved with has started from the premise that […]

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US firm Crowell & Moring has hired a team from Belgian firm De Bauw & Maeyaert, prompting the technology and telecoms boutique to look for a merger partner. Emmanuel Gybels and Thomas De Meese are the first partners to leave the Brussels boutique for an Anglo-Saxon firm since it was founded in 1996. They will […]

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The antitrust division of the Department of Justice is taking on three more lawyers as it reshuffles its team under the new administration. Co-chair of anti-trust litigation at Jones Day Reavis & Pogue, Deborah Platt, joins as deputy assistant attorney general in charge of civil enforcement, and Hunton & Williams partner Hewitt Pate joins as […]

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