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Again The Life Science Industry Will Have To Take A Close Look At A New Set Of Regulations Reshaping Transparency-Related Obligations
Article body Current Length: 9407 chars Long including spaces Source Preview The relationship between the life sciences industry and health-care practitioners is being reshaped in France through regulatory developments under both the French Anti-Gift Law and the French Sunshine Act.
France
20 Mar 2017
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The French CNIL Officially Requires The Use Of EU Model Clauses As A Quick Fix For Businesses Impacted By The Recent Safe Harbor Ruling Of CJEU – Companies Must Be Compliant As Of End January 2016
On 19 November, the CNIL released an article in order to provide companies impacted by the recent CJEU ruling on invalidation of Safe Harbor with guidance on the next steps.
European Union
2 Dec 2015
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U.S. Congress Passes The Judicial Redress Act, But Does It Provide Effective Redress?
In an uncharacteristically swift move, the United States Congress passed the Judicial Redress Act ("Act") on 20 October 2015.
Worldwide
23 Oct 2015
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The Safe Harbor Ruling – FAQs And What Your Business Should Do Now
I'm Safe Harbor certified and have seen news articles reporting that "Safe Harbor is invalid". What does that mean?
UK
15 Oct 2015
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French Supreme Administrative Court Decision Significantly Broadens Scope Of The French ‘Sunshine Act’
On 24 February 2015, the French Supreme Administrative Court (Conseil d’Etat) reached a landmark decision which significantly expands the scope of the so-called French Sunshine Act.
France
18 Mar 2015
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From ‘Akzo’ To ‘Loi Macron’: There Is Still No Legal Privilege For In-House Lawyers In France
A significant difference between the French and U.S. and UK legal systems is in the understanding of legal privilege: it does not exist for in-house counsel in France.
France
16 Mar 2015
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French Class Actions: How Potentially Dangerous Will They Be?
National consumer protection associations are allowed to seek damages in order to obtain compensation for material losses suffered by consumers placed in a similar or identical situation.
France
6 Jun 2014
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