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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
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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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Rateable Value: The Supreme Court Departs From Reality
The Supreme Court has decided that a rateable value of ฃ370,000 should be entered into the ratings list for an office block in Blackpool despite ...
UK
7 Jun 2019
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Dutch Court Of Appeal Gives Guidance On FRAND License Negotiations
For the first time, the Court of Appeal of The Hague has given guidance on the interpretation of the CJEU decision in Huawei v ZTE and the standards for assessing FRAND defences ...
Netherlands
4 Jun 2019
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Fracking Fracas – English Court Of Appeal Gives Guidance On Injunctions Against Persons Unknown
When can the courts issue injunctions against people who cannot be identified but who they suspect may be intending to engage in a wrong?
Hong Kong
30 May 2019
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With Cochise Decision, Supreme Court Expands Limitations Period In Declined Qui Tam Cases
The Supreme Court handed down its decision today in Cochise Consultancy, Inc. v. United States ex rel. Hunt, a closely-watched case about the False Claims Act's (FCA) ...
United States
29 May 2019
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Courts In England And Hong Kong Order Immediate Prison Sentence And Restate Serious Consequences Of Disobeying Disclosure Orders
In recent weeks, courts in England and Hong Kong have taken the opportunity to set out the serious consequences that follow from deliberately breaching disclosure orders made in the context
Hong Kong
28 May 2019
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The Southern District Of New York Expresses Concern With Government's "Outsourcing" Of Corporate Internal Investigations
In a recent decision that could have critical implications for corporate internal investigations conducted pursuant to a government agency's request, the Southern District of New York expressed concern...
United States
23 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
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In The Round – Correct Approach To Justifying Requirement For Saturday Working
The City of Oxford Bus Services Ltd t/a Oxford Bus Company v Harvey involved an indirect religious discrimination claim.
UK
3 May 2019
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Liquidated Damages On Work Never Completed
PTT would however be entitled to recover damages at large, based on ordinary principles and subject to proof by PTT.
Hong Kong
2 May 2019
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Supreme Court Expands Liability For False Statements Under The Federal Securities Laws
On March 27, the Supreme Court issued its much-anticipated decision addressing whether someone who is not the "maker" of a misstatement can nonetheless be primarily liable for fraud.
United States
30 Apr 2019
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Up, Up, And...Not Away - English High Court Faults SPA Target In The Aerospace Industry For Inadequate Financial Projections
The English High Court, in Triumph Controls UK Ltd v. Primus International Holding Co [2019] EWHC 565 (TCC)
Hong Kong
23 Apr 2019
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Unlawful Team Lifts: The English Court Of Appeal Backs The High Court's Decision To Spring Into Action
The Court of Appeal has upheld a "springboard" injunction (albeit reduced in scope) in the latest case to deal with the issue of unlawful "team lifts".
Hong Kong
16 Apr 2019
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'Easier To Recognise Than Define' - English Court Of Appeal Considers "Practical Completion" For The First Time In Fifty Years
The Court of Appeal in Mears Limited v Costplan Services (South East) Limited & Ors [2019] EWCA Civ 502, in a judgment published on 29 March 2019, has considered the meaning of "practical completion" ...
Hong Kong
16 Apr 2019
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