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3D-Printing And IP Rights
But what is 3D-printing? Simply put, it is a machine that builds an object out of base materials by successively stacking thin layers of the materials in accordance
Germany
21 May 2019
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When Does Conduct Constitute Financial Advice?
In this matter, the claimants approached Ms Moolman in her capacity as a financial advisor for advice on how best to invest their "spare money".
South Africa
21 May 2019
3
Updated DOJ Guidance Underscores Importance Of Implementing A Truly Effective Corporate Compliance Program
New guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is the latest confirmation of the importance of implementing a robust compliance program that is not simply well-designed.
United States
20 May 2019
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EU Competition In The Digital Age: European Commission Publishes Report Of Special Advisers
On 4 April 2019, the European Commission published the much anticipated Report Competition Policy for the digital era (hereinafter referred to as the "Report").
European Union
20 May 2019
5
Food Marketing Institute's Legal, Regulatory, And Compliance Conference
Fueled by the 2018 Farm Bill, consumer interest in cannabis-infused products is at an all-time high. Still, hemp-derived ingredients, including cannabidiol (CBD)
United States
20 May 2019
6
Will Government's Approach To The Adoption Of The NHI Do More Harm Than Good?
The Minister of Health, Dr Aaron Motsoaledi (Minister), has been entrusted with the unenviable task of overseeing South Africa's transition to universal health coverage
Belgium
20 May 2019
7
What Is Net Zero Carbon?
The issue of climate change couldn't be more topical. But what is "net zero carbon"? Is it just another buzzword and what does it really mean?
UK
17 May 2019
8
Prima Facie Evidence In Cartel Damages Litigation Landmark Decision By The German Federal Court Of Justice In The Rail Cartel Case
The German Federal Court of Justice's (in German ‘Bundesgerichtshof', short ‘FCJ') last ruling on a competition law case of 2018 attracted a lot of attention and some surprise amongst practitioners.
Germany
17 May 2019
9
You Can't Spell Fintech Without FTC
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is not the only consumer watchdog keeping a close eye on the financial sector and certainly not the only agency focused on FinTech.
United States
17 May 2019
10
Top-Down Or Bottom-Up? "Comply Or Explain" For Worker-Directors In The UK
Premium-listed companies have been put under pressure to make their boards representative of their employees by the revised UK Corporate Governance Code.
UK
16 May 2019
11
The E-Consumer In South Africa
The rapid developments in technology have left many electronic spaces unregulated, with lack of or minimal protection to the consumer.
South Africa
16 May 2019
12
New OMB Review Process Could Impede FDA Issuance Of Guidance Documents
Starting on 11 May 2019 there will be an additional layer of government review that may slow down the issuance of certain U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidance documents.
United States
10 May 2019
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Using Sponsorship To Advance Women In Law Firms
Across the country, the business community accepts that firms with diversity in leadership perform better financially, have better client relationships and increase their opportunities for innovation.
South Africa
10 May 2019
14
Health And Safety In Buildings: The Health And Safety File
With health and safety in buildings under increasing scrutiny, we look at the legal requirements for health and safety files and provide some top tips for commercial property transactions
UK
10 May 2019
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Keeping The Heat On Cold (And Warm) Calls – New Proposed Law To Restrict Direct Person-To-Person Telemarketing Calls In Hong Kong
On 9 April 2019, the Hong Kong Commerce and Economic Development Bureau (CEDB) announced a plan to amend the Unsolicited Electronic Messages Ordinance (UEMO)
Hong Kong
9 May 2019
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CMA Imposes Fine For Breaches Of ‘Hold Separate' Order
On 10 January 2019, the CMA announced that it had fined EMR and its parent company, Ausurus Group Ltd, £300,000 for allegedly breaching an IEO issued in relation to the CMA's Phase 2 investigation into EMR's...
UK
8 May 2019
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A New European Deal?
German Minister of Economics suggests revising EU and German merger control regulations to enable the creation of European champions – and keeps FDI options on the table to prevent acquisitions by non-European players.
Belgium
8 May 2019
18
The French Competition Authority Issues Its Recommendations To Lower Prices Of Pharmaceutical Products
Almost one and a half years after the launch of the sector inquiry (see here), the French Competition Authority ("FCA") has released its conclusions on the functioning of competition in the pharmaceutical sector.
France
8 May 2019
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Mortgages Market Study: FCA's Final Report Puts Consumer Information, Innovation And Freeing "Mortgage Prisoners" Front And Centre
The FCA's final report on its Mortgages Market Study confirms that the UK mortgages market is working well in many ways.
UK
8 May 2019
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'Mortgage Prisoners': FCA Proposes A Regulatory Key To The Cell Door
One of the key areas for improvement identified by the FCA in its Mortgages Market Study final report is to make it easier for so-called 'mortgage prisoners' to switch to new deals.
UK
8 May 2019
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