1. WHAT IS THE COPYRIGHT? According to the definition made by the General Directorate of Copyright, copyright is the legal rights provided on the products that the person creates with all kinds of intellectual labour. Copyright is not a right subject to the registration. Rights on intellectual and artistic works are originated with the production […]
It is observed that the new tools are integrated into our lives apart from the classical methods used for many years as the technology is developing in money transfers and payment transactions. It is possible to easily determine the scope of the development of the sector in our country when we consider that the investment […]
In Turkey, thanks to the applications developed by the Ministry of Health such as e-pulse, e-report, telemedicine, ESIM, MIZ and SİNA, health technologies have now gone beyond “getting online appointments”. However, these rapid developments do not have the same reflection in the legal field. In this article, the legal dimensions of health technologies will be examined.
As it is known, Article 26 of the Turkish Code of Obligations numbered 6098 a(“TCO”) is regulated as “the parties can freely determine the content of an agreement within the limits stipulated in the law”, therefore the principle of freedom of agreement between the parties is valid. However, in accordance with the Article 27 of […]
In today’s world, esports shows a tremendous popularity as a sports field developing outside of traditional sports branches with the effect of digitalization and technological developments and this acceleration also brings areas of legal assessment in terms of the legal texts organized in the field of esports and the contracts between the players and teams, which are the most important actors of esports.
Tatyana Popovkina and Mirzaaziz Ruziev Limitations set in order to prevent spread of coronavirus infection affect all business processes, including employer-employees labour relations. In accordance with the Decree of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan ‘On priority measures to mitigate the negative impact on sectors of the economy by the coronavirus pandemic and global […]
As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, courts across Canada are drastically reducing their operations. This article provides ongoing updates on the operations of key Canadian courts, as well as links to the latest press releases published by each court.
By Assel Ilyasova On 31 March 2020, the Eurasian Economic College adopted an additional decision aimed at establishing a temporary export ban of food products from the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union: Until 30 June 2020, the ban was established on the export of onions, garlic, turnips, rye, rice, buckwheat, millet, cereals, wholemeal flour […]
As a direct consequence of the COVID-19 outbreak and the consequent measures implemented by the Romanian State, the economic growth process has experienced a short to medium term slowdown, impacting the labor market and subsequently household income.
The current global pandemic situation has dire consequences for the energy & natural resources sector, including on energy and petrochemical development projects and revamp / refurbishment projects across the sub-systems in the energy & natural resources plethora.
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Listed law firm Gateley is anticipating a boost in revenue for the current financial year, forecasting that turnover will be no less than £108m for 2020; an increase of £4.5m. This is despite a series of recent measures put in place by the firm, including an expansion of its working capital facilities of up to […]
As of this morning, one Conservative lawyer Member of Parliament – Carlisle MP and former Bendles partner John Stevenson – has called on Dominic Cummings to resign. The rest are either sticking by him or have made no comment. Among those to Tweet their support for the embattled special adviser are ex-Slaughter and May trainee […]
Stewarts has successfully won a fraud case against airline operator Farad Azima, after he was ordered to pay over $4m by a UK judge. Instructed by the investment authority of Middle Eastern emirate Ras Al Khaimah (RAKIA), Stewarts had brought a series of fraud and conspiracy claims against Azima. The case, which featured in The […]
Morgan Lewis & Bockius has ramped up its funds offering in London, with two new partners from Morrison & Foerster. The two partners – Oliver Rochman and Rob Mailer – are bringing two associates with them to Morgan Lewis; Eliska van Wickern and Xun Choong. The four advise sponsors and investors of private investment funds, […]
DLA Piper has re-imagined a new crisis simulation training service that cost over £100,000 to deliver, after its launch was put in doubt due to the outbreak of coronavirus. The training service, called “DLA Piper Project Simulator”, was inspired by Carillion’s liquidation in 2017 and was one of the first products stemming out of the […]
As law firm leaders debate a return to the office, others are still preoccupied with questions of pay and – in some cases – mere survival. Here are the key takeaways. Where Slaughters leads, others will follow Slaughter and May has cut salaries for newly qualified solicitors to a measly £87,000. What can you say […]