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By Justin Smith, Kristen Kilroy, John Norman
The negotiations thus far contemplate significant changes to intellectual property chapter of the original TPP.
By Alex Zavaglia
Supporters and detractors of virtual currencies will watch with great interest what approach Congress ultimately adopts with respect to blockchain technology in the years to come.
By Clark Sargent, Teresa Edwards
The frustrating event must occur after the contract has been concluded and be beyond what was contemplated by the parties at the outset.
By Jason Coates, Christopher Stiles
Pension schemes merge for a number of reasons, usually to enjoy the benefits of economies of scale.
By Andrew Smith, Philip Baker, Teresa Edwards
Do you know what you need to form a contract? Have you thought there was a contract in place but the agreement was not binding?
By Anurag (Ragi) Singh
On Wednesday 10 January the government published its Automotive Sector Deal, which established its industrial strategy across the automotive sector.
By Ruth Ormston, Richard Lee
This week saw key decisions from the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) on whether transitional provisions which protected older pension scheme members from the impact of a reform of their pension schemes amounted to age discrimination.
By Ian Weatherall, Turon Miah, Jane Bates
ABN Amro Bank NV was entitled to summary judgment in relation to unpaid sums under a facility agreement
By Helen Davenport
It was revealed that the loss of highly valuable and sensitive data was the second biggest digital risk for 999 business leaders across Europe, when they were surveyed by Gowling WLG last year.
By Peter Choe
According to the Respondent's evidence, Lush Canada operates over 200 stores in North America, including 46 in Canada.
By Khai Nguyen
Nissan took the opportunity at this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to showcase its latest efforts to add a layer of artificial intelligence (AI) to its vehicle driving technology.
By Robert Breedon, Stephen Sellers
The second reading of the Trade Bill took place on 9 January 2018. The Bill provides powers for the UK to join the Government Procurement Agreement ("GPA")...
By Kieran Laird
The European Union (Withdrawal) Bill (the 'EUWB') will bring about the most fundamental change to the UK's legal framework since the European Communities Act 1972 that it seeks to repeal.
By James Green, Natalie Rizkalla-Kamel
The Federal Court has recently confirmed that copyright protection for "architectural works", which includes architectural and structural engineering plans and constructed structures themselves...
By Michael Crichton
Patent owners are increasingly looking outside the United States in order to enforce their patent rights.
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