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Cooley LLP
The EU has published proposals on the regulation of artificial intelligence, which look to ensure a balance is struck between protecting consumers, and encouraging technological development.
Matheson
The EU Commission presented the Capital Markets Recovery Package ("CMRP") at the end of July 2020. On 21 October 2020, Member States' ambassadors to the EU agreed the Council's position.
France
Arnold & Porter
The French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) recently revised and updated its guidelines on cookies and other online tracking technologies and issued further recommendations for stakeholders.
Gibraltar
ISOLAS
Leading Gibraltar law firm ISOLAS LLP has welcomed significant new changes to the jurisdiction's Limited Partnership Law
ISOLAS
ISOLAS LLP Partner, Christian Caetano, has once again contributed the Gibraltar Insurance Chapter to Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence
ISOLAS
Emma Lejeune, Partner at ISOLAS LLP, earlier this month spoke to the Gibraltar Chronicle on the recent changes seen in the Rock's legal sector.
Guernsey
Walkers
A Guernsey trust can be used to hold any types of assets, wherever situated, including intellectual property rights, copyright, database rights and image rights
Netherlands
Intertrust
Adapting to the modern world: why change is coming for private wealth in the Crown Dependencies and British Overseas Territories
Russian Federation
Gowling WLG
When an invention is made in Russia, the filing of counterpart patent applications in other countries is temporarily restricted for national security reasons.
Gorodissky & Partners
Patents Comparative Guide for the jurisdiction of Russian Federation, check out our comparative guides section to compare across multiple countries
Turkey
CETINKAYA
On October 26th 2020, an announcement was published on the official website of the Turkish Data Protection Authority ("DPA"), summarizing its position on the requirements for lawful cross-border data
UK
Mayer Brown
"Our seas hold immense potential to power our homes and communities with low-cost green energy".
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
In October the PMS and GMS regulations were amended/updated to incorporate several changes.
Wrigleys Solicitors
It's become increasingly popular for surplus land to be considered by town & parish councils for community-led housing. We explore the reasons why.
Groom Law Group
For some time, the UK has been working to implement the concept of "superfunds" to consolidate defined benefit ("DB") plans. We wrote about this early on here.
Leigh Day
A cyclist injured in a collision near Wakefield has called for harsher sentences for careless driving offences after the young driver who collided with him was handed only five points on his licence
Leigh Day
TAN was granted permission in July to apply for judicial review of the green light for the multi billion pounds roads expansion programme on the grounds of its climate change impact.
Leigh Day
The group says that the guidance, which was updated on 15 October, is unlawful as it encourages care homes in higher risk areas to institute blanket bans on family visits.
Kemp IT Law
In any given digital transformation ("DT") project, there are numerous potential issues and pitfalls that may lead to failure - or at the very least - result in the project failing to meet the...
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
The Tribunal refused to discharge or modify a restrictive covenant which prevented a house being built in front of a certain building line.
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