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By Steven Finizio, Michael Howe, Stuart Bruce, Rachel Jacobson, Bonnie Heiple, Raya Treiser
The CCC sought to put the UK Government's failures in the context of its international climate leadership.
By Lester Ross, Tingting Liu
In a ruling issued on December 18, 2018 but not published until June 24, 2019, China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) ruled in favor of the Hainan Provincial Price Bureau...
By Paul Eckert, Christopher David, Bruce Newman, Elizabeth Mitchell, Jonathan S. Pressman, Nicole Rabner, Daniel F. Schubert, Ashley E. Bashur
FINRA also highlighted examples of recent enforcement actions in which credit was given to respondents.
By Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky, Richard E. Andersen, David Ross, Naboth van den Broek, Lauren Mandell
The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative ("USTR") announced on July 10 the initiation of an investigation under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974 into France's digital services tax ("DST").
By Jonathan Rosenfeld, Laura Schneider, Andrew Stauber, Janice E. DuFresne, SPHR, CCP
As we alerted you in April, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) extended the deadline for its new pay data reporting requirement from May 31, 2019 to September 30, 2019.
By Lloyd Firth, Frederick Saugman
The primary aim of the Law Commission's report was to address systemic problems in the SAR process to ensure that it is proportionate and efficient.
By Lester Ross, Kenneth Zhou
China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM) as expected published three lists on foreign investment on June 30...
By Timothy Syrett
This article was written by Partner Timothy Syrett and published by IP Watchdog.
By Jonathan Cedarbaum
The few notable exceptions involve data that would allow the government to intrude upon the intimacies of people's lives by tracking their physical location over extended periods—as Carpenter found CSLI does.
By WilmerHale
On 30 October 2016, Canada, the EU and its Member States signed CETA.
By Frédéric Louis, Anne Vallery
In addition, and as expected, we saw a renewed EC drive against vertical restraints aiming to limit price competition in retail distribution markets.
By Petal Walker
In an article published in Futures and Derivatives Law Report, Petal P. Walker discusses the blurry line between a virtual currency and an investment contract.
By Matthew F. Ferraro
Last month, a video that appeared to show House Speaker Nancy Pelosi slurring her words went viral on social media.
By David Ogden, Ronald Machen, Stephen Jonas, Ericka Aiken
For nearly 15 years, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has used independent monitors to address compliance issues with companies accused of violations of healthcare fraud statutes and regulations.
By Robert M. Finkel
On May 15, 2019, WilmerHale Partner Rob Finkel sat down with Thomas Young, Managing Partner at Rumjog Enterprises, for a podcast on The Evolution of Commercial Agreements.
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