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By Josée Gervais
Workforce mobility is constantly on the rise and it reminds employers that, in many cases, their employees' know-how figure among their company's most significant assets.
By Natalie Mullins
In her chapter in Key Developments in Environmental Law 2017, Natalie Mullins reviews the evolution and current state of the law on damages in contaminated sites cases.
By Adam Chamberlain, James Goacher
Decreasing ice cover, declining global biodiversity, and socio-economic issues are conspiring to increase the risk of conflict between wildlife and industry around the world and specifically in the Arctic.
By Josée Gervais
Workforce mobility is constantly on the rise and it reminds employers that, in many cases, their employees' know-how figure among their company's most significant assets.
By Alexandra Plain, Céline Quintin, Jérémy Roigt
In this new form, the PPRT section has been modified and requires the seller or lessor to provide additional information.
By David Aylen
On December 13, 2017, the Arbitration Court of Moscow declared that a warning notice issued by the Federal Anti-Monopoly Service (FAS) against KYB Corporation (KYB) was justifiable...
By Julien Monsenego
If a senior manager or management team is relocated into or out of your jurisdiction, does your country have a view about whether the transfer is purely a services transfer, or includes an intangible asset such as goodwill ...
By Steven Baum, Laura Gheorghiu
This article updates developments relating to the Multilateral Convention to implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (MLI) ...
By Bennett Wong
A common challenge that many Canadian issuers are facing, especially in light of the turbulent and unpredictable capital markets in Canada in the past few years, is access to a deep ...
By Danhoe Reddy-Girard
French data protection rules are mainly set out in law No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978, as amended in 2004 to transpose European Directive 95/46/EC of 24 October 1995 ...
By Danhoe Reddy-Girard
The European regulation No. 2016/679 of 27 April 2016, or General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR"), will enter into force on 25 May 2018. Businesses that fail to comply can be saddled ...
By Ashley Mitchell
On 21 December 2017, the Government published an eagerly awaited response to its July 2017 consultation on tackling unfair practices in the residential leasehold market.
By Jon Parker
Saudi Arabia has issued a judicial announcement in which it stated that powers of attorney provided to legal advisers and IP representatives will be considered valid for five years only from the date of issuance.
By Rocio De La Cruz, Sally Mewies
2018 is finally here and so is our final video in the series of GDPR Compliancy Check Lists. With our final checklist we thought it would be useful to recap all of the things that you should ...
By Vanessa Delnaud, Marian Fayek
The United Arab Emirates has taken a leading role in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region in the promotion of innovation and the implementation of strategic policies to fight against counterfeiting.
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