The COMESA's Competition Commission commences operations the COMESA Competition Commission has started to enforce its competition rules and to accept merger control filings since 14 January 2013 for the 19 eastern and southern African states that are members of COMESA.
"We all can hopefully admit that we do not always act logically when it comes to managing our own finances."
All the signs are pointing to a new City-wide Zoning By-law for the City of Toronto being enacted at the City of Toronto’s Council meeting on May 7-8.
Over its ten years Cayman Finance has grown to be a formidable voice of the Islands both locally and internationally.
The French Supreme Court reaffirmed that a company is allowed to use its competitor's trademark as a keyword in Google's paid referencing service AdWords.
Article 8. Transparency and Conduct Rules applied by the organs of the Armed Forces.
In a decision handed down on November 8, 2011, the First Instance Single- Member Court of Athens (Injunctions Procedure) ruled that the plaintiff, an electrical appliances exclusive distributor, may not request injunctive relief to alleviate the situation created by the termination from the defendant, an electronic appliances manufacturer, of the exclusive distribution agreement between plaintiff and defendant.
Given the current uncertainties facing banks in the exercise of various repealed statutory powers, the sooner the Bill is enacted and the Start Mortgages decision is consigned to history, the better.
Myanmar's decision to accede to the New York Convention is a positive sign for foreign investors and resources companies contemplating doing business in the State.
While the ONEL/OMEL decision has led to discussions on the geographical scope of use of a registered CTM, the Norwegian Industrial Property Office Board of Appeal has issued a decision referring to the quantitative requirements underlying the "genuine use" criterion.
On 4 January 2013, the Decision No. 01/12 dated 1 January 2013 ratifying the Executive Regulations on the Activity of Contractors of Sea Goods Transport was published in the Saudi official gazette, Umm Al-Qura.
This article is a follow-up to an article in our March 2012 update concerning the decision of the Swedish Medical Products Agency, prohibiting Boehringer Ingelheim AB in September 2011 from advertising the prescription-based product Pradaxa to the public, in the form of a press release.
The fragmented regulatory landscape in the Gulf Co-operation Council countries is often cited as a challenge for the insurance sector in the region.
The Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 is expected to herald the development of a more effective and efficient competition law regime in the UK.
The Supreme Court’s decision in the case of "Petrodel v Prest", handed down today, marks a crucial shift in the extent to which the courts will allow the "piercing of the corporate veil".
Major General Michael T. Harrison, the top US Army general in Japan, was suspended last week for failing to adequately investigate an allegation of sexual assault.
The Supreme Court of the United States unanimously upheld an arbitrator’s decision to allow class-wide arbitration.
The FASB has issued Accounting Standards Update 2013-08, "Financial Services – Investment Companies: Amendments to the Scope, Measurement, and Disclosure Requirements".
James Saksa wrote an OpEd in the Philadelphia Inquirer titled "To Keep Young, Fix Schools."
On June 10, 2013, Exide Technologies filed a petition for bankruptcy under Chapter 11 of the United States Bankruptcy Code