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By Peter Wang, Yizhe Zhang, Qiang Xue
In its first resale price maintenance ("RPM") ruling since the passage of its Anti-Monopoly Law, China's highest court held that Chinese antitrust enforcement agencies do not have to prove that RPM
By David Woodcock, Shamoil T. Shipchandler, Joan McKown, Henry Klehm III, Jules Cantor
We are pleased to present our annual mid-year update on financial reporting and issuer disclosure enforcement activity for 2019.
By Alexandre Verheyden, Henry de la Barre d'Erquelinnes
The Development: For the first time in nearly two decades, the European Commission ("Commission") plans to impose "interim measures" to remedy perceived competition issues even though its antitrust
By Martin Kock, Anna Masser, Johannes Zöttl, Johannes Perlitt
On August 22, 2019, the German Ministry of Justice and Consumer Protection presented the draft Corporate Sanctions Act ("CSA"), a bill that would establish corporate criminal liability in Germany.
By Jennifer L. Chambers, Michael Legg, John Emmerig, Tim L'Estrange, Shannon Finch
Recent strategies and initiatives announced by Australia's corporate and prudential regulators and the Australian government's release in August 2019 of its Financial Services Royal Commission
By Peter Wang, Yizhe Zhang, Qiang Xue
China's State Administration for Market Regulation ("SAMR") recently released three new antitrust regulations that consolidate the antimonopoly regulations of its predecessor antimonopoly enforcement
By Yang Li Ph.D. (Alex), Ryan B. McCrum
By: Alex Li and Ryan McCrum – In a recently issued order, ALJ Lord granted-in-part and denied-in-part Respondents' motion in limine to exclude certain testimony of Complainants' expert
By Mallory McKenzie, Blaney Harper
By: Mallory McKenzie and Blaney Harper – When parties jointly stipulate to witness statements rather than live direct and cross examination, one might expect the ITC to be receptive to their agreement
By John Evans, Kerry A. Barrett
The PTAB's recent decision instituting post-grant review of a design patent in Man Wah Holdings Ltd. v. Raffel provides interesting perspectives on how design patent invalidity theories work.
By Sean Boyce, Michael Gurdak, Harriet Territt, D. Grayson Yeargin
Ambiguous, undefined terms create uncertainty and confusion, including whether owned or controlled subsidiaries of U.S. companies outside the United States are subject to this reporting requirement.
By David Woodcock, Amisha Shrimanker, Steven Guynn
Whether on their own initiative or in response to pressure from regulators, consumers, or activist shareholders, many issuers are disclosing more and more about their environmental, social
By James Parker
Climate policy and the anti-coal movement featured heavily in the recent federal election in Australia as the Liberal National Coalition government was reelected by a narrow majority
By Charles Kotuby Jr., Lodewijk Berger, Gerjanne te Winkel, Baiju Vasani, Coen Drion
In response to public criticism of existing BITs and to implement its new sustainable trade and investment policy, the Dutch government sought to replace its 2004 model BIT
By Douglas Pearson, Carl Kukkonen III, Emily J. Tait, Alexis Gilroy, Jonathan Knight
Patent procurement activity is increasing to protect embedded artificial intelligence ("AI") technologies in a variety of digital healthcare solutions.
By Kerry A. Barrett, John Evans
While design patents follow many of the same rules as utility patents, the application of those rules in determining design patent infringement can be less than straightforward.
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