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Updating Evidence Laws For The Digital Space: Overseas Protection Orders
In a bid to keep English law up to date with technological advances, the Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill 2018 has passed the committee stage at the House of Lords.
United States
21 Nov 2018
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ECJ Strengthens Position Of Media Industry In Fight Against Piracy
The legal dispute concerning the legality of such sales has thereby been decided in favor of the media industry.
European Union
15 Jun 2017
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シンガポール国際仲裁センター2016年規則が発効
シンガポール国際仲裁センター(「SIAC」)の仲裁規則第6版(「SIAC 2016年規則」又は「規則」)が2016年8月1日に発効した2。本規則は7月に公表されたӔ
Singapore
24 Aug 2016
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Singapore International Arbitration Centre 2016 Rules Come Into Force
The sixth edition of the Arbitration Rules of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre ("SIAC") comes into force today, August 1, 2016.
Singapore
3 Aug 2016
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Carbon And Alloy Steel - Update: Judge Lord Suspends Steel Investigation Pending Notification To Commerce Department
Judge Dee Lord issued an Initial Determination (ID) on July 6, 2016, suspending the investigation initiated by U.S. Steel against Chinese steel makers...
United States
18 Jul 2016
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Guangdong DOJ Wades Into The Fray By Demanding That CIETAC Cease "Illegal Arbitration Activities" In Guangdong
On July 15, 2015, the PRC Supreme People's Court (SPC) issued an interpretation clarifying various jurisdictional issues arising from the mid-2012 decision of the former South China...
China
20 Oct 2015
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ITC Proposes Expansion Of 100-Day Pilot Program For Early Termination
On September 24, 2015, the ITC published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking ("NOPR") to amend several of its Rules of Practice and Procedure, most notably to expand the 100-day pilot program for early termination of Section 337 investigations.
United States
8 Oct 2015
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Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Whistleblowing Procedures under Sarbanes-Oxley and European Union Data Protection Laws
Some clarification to the U.S. – E.U. data protection impasse was made on February 1, 2006, when the European data protection authorities (the Article 29 Working Party2 ("WP29")) issued an Opinion3 setting out detailed guidelines on the establishment of whistleblowing procedures. The Opinion seeks to provide guidance to enable companies to comply with Sarbanes-Oxley obligations imposed on U.S. publicly traded companies in a manner consistent with E.U. privacy law. The Opinion, however, does not
United States
23 May 2006
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