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Mandatory e-Court Filing Simplifies Litigation In Indonesia
On 10 June 2019 the Supreme Court of the Republic of Indonesia issued Circular No. 04 of 2019 on Mandatory e-court Registration for Civil Claims to further promote the use of e-courts in 56 District Courts ...
Indonesia
8 Aug 2019
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Innovation In The Courts: Streamlined Enforcement Guidelines
Whether its an Indonesian civil court decision or a foreign arbitral award, enforcement has long been a problem in Indonesia.
Indonesia
8 Aug 2019
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Brexit and Africa
Brexit, combined with the trade wars involving the world's two powerhouse economies, China and the USA, is a major factor in generating global uncertainty at present.
UK
29 Jul 2019
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Implications From New Hampshire Lottery Commission v. Barr
In a recent decision that inures to the benefit of the online gambling industry.
Belgium
25 Jul 2019
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Cut It Out! Covenant Severed To Make It Enforceable
The courts have blown hot and cold about how far it is possible to sever a covenant that goes beyond what is reasonably necessary in order to make it enforceable.
UK
23 Jul 2019
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2-Year Time-Bar Revised To 3 Years Under CNDRP
Previously, under the CNNIC ccTLD Dispute Resolution Policy (CNDRP) which governs the .CN domain in China, no complaints under CNDRP could be filed against a .CN domain which had been registered for more than 2 years.
China
18 Jul 2019
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2018-2022 French Programming Act For Justice: Inching Towards Virtual Justice?
The 2018-2022 French Programming Act for Justice recently adopted specific provisions relating to online arbitration, in an attempt to decongest French Courts facing increasing caseloads.
France
16 Jul 2019
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The Wait Is Over: Collective Actions For Damages Are Here
On 19 March 2019, the Dutch Senate finally approved legislation introducing collective damages actions in the Netherlands (the "Legislation").
Netherlands
12 Jul 2019
9
Tell Me More. Disclosures Did Not Contain Sufficient Information
Employees will be protected as whistleblowers if they have disclosed information that they reasonably believe tends to show that someone has failed to comply with a specified matter.
UK
10 Jul 2019
10
Veto Rights – Pay Offer To Employees Not An Unlawful Inducement
It is unlawful for an employer to make an offer to a union member if the purpose of making the offer is that the terms of employment, or one such term, will not be or will no longer be determined
UK
28 Jun 2019
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When Can A Patent Challenger Appeal The PTO's Decision To Uphold A Patent?
In 2011 Congress passed the America Invents Act (AIA), which established new ways to challenge the validity of an issued patent before the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO).
United States
27 Jun 2019
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Fit Note – Refusal Of International Posting Not Disability Discrimination
The difficulties in succeeding in a direct disability discrimination claim are illustrated by the Court of Appeal decision in Owen v Amec Foster Wheeler Energy Ltd.
UK
25 Jun 2019
13
Fatherhood Penalty – Statutory Shared Parental Pay Not Discriminatory
When shared parental leave was introduced in 2015, a key issue for some employers was whether paying enhanced maternity pay but only statutory shared parental pay put them at risk
UK
25 Jun 2019
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U.S. Supreme Court Ruling Expands Scope Of Medicare Notice-And-Comment Requirement
On 3 June 2019 the U.S. Supreme Court held in Azar v. Allina Health Services that Medicare interpretive guidance must go through notice-and-comment if it establishes or changes a substantive
United States
24 Jun 2019
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INSIGHT: Defendants May Seek To Use Discovery To Soften Impact Of SCOTUS Decision
The Supreme Court's May 13 decision in Cochise Consultancy Inc. v. United States ex rel. Hunt clarified application of the False Claims Act's two-part statute of limitations.
United States
19 Jun 2019
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Mission Product: Trademarks? Yes. Mootness? No
In Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC, 587 U.S. ___ (2019), the Supreme Court held that a debtor's rejection of a trademark license does not eliminate the licensee's
United States
19 Jun 2019
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Paint It Black - Bleak Picture For Hong Kong Decorators Slammed For Market Sharing And Price Fixing
In one of its first major rulings, Hong Kong's Competition Tribunal (the "Tribunal") has ruled against 10 decorating contractors for serious anti-competitive conduct
Hong Kong
17 Jun 2019
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Civil Servant Wins Final Appeal Over Benefits To Husband In Victory For Hong Kong's LGBT+ Community
Hong Kong's Court of Final Appeal (CFA) has ruled in favour of a senior immigration officer in his battle to have his marriage to British citizen officially recognised.
Hong Kong
13 Jun 2019
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Legal And Financial Risk Newsletter – May 2019
Legal and Financial Risk newsletter on legal developments impacting corporates and financial institutions
UK
13 Jun 2019
20
U.S. Supreme Court Rules Judges Must Decide Whether Preemption Applies, And Clarifies When It Does
On 20 May the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled that federal preemption questions arising under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act) are for a judge, not a jury, to decide.
United States
12 Jun 2019
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