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Jul 24, 2022

Domestic IoT CCTV, smart doorbells and home multimedia devices such as Amazon Alexa and Google Nest can collect large amounts of data on the… Read more

Australia: Can you plot to overthrow the government in the privacy of your own home?
Jul 24, 2022

NFTs are said to be the 'second wave' of crypto assets, but like anything, where there is value there is the potential for disputes, litigation… Read more

Australia: NFTs - revolutionary product or new litigation frontier?
Jul 24, 2022

When a principal contractor or senior builder enters administration, there are a significant number of risks which, if navigated property, can… Read more

Australia: The collapse of ProBuild - how mitigating risks early can save a company
Jul 24, 2022

Under Australian common law a master may detain a person on their ship if the master has reasonable cause to believe, and does in fact believe,… Read more

Australia: Cruise ship operators, captains and senior officers should be aware of the decision in Royal Caribbean Cruises v Rawlings
Jul 24, 2022

The definition of “personal information” under s 6(1) of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) is a threshold question that determines the boundaries of… Read more

Australia: Missing the wood for the trees? Problems with the definition of “personal information” in Australian law
Jul 24, 2022

Australia is yet to legislate a private cause of action for individuals in relation to privacy and data breaches (although there are other causes… Read more

Australia: A historical review of compensation for breach of the Privacy Act in Australia
Jul 24, 2022

52 lawyers from national practice Colin Biggers & Paisley have been recognised in the 15th Best Lawyers Awards across 17 disciplines - the largest… Read more

Australia: Colin Biggers & Paisley records record wins in 15th edition of Best Lawyers Awards
Jul 23, 2022

Post-Grenfell, the Scottish Government has 'ploughed its own furrow' in building safety matters. One aspect of that can be seen in the very important… Read more

Scotland: The Building (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2022: A ban on using ‘highly combustible metal composite material’ in cladding on certain buildings
Jul 22, 2022

In recent years, Scotland has seen a sharp rise in the number of jobs within the space sector and now makes up for one fifth of the space workforce… Read more

Scotland: Large increase in space workforce in Scotland in recent years
Jul 21, 2022

The organisers of this year's Commonwealth Games hope to make it the first ever carbon neutral Games, and have used the failings of the 2014… Read more

Scotland: Carbon Neutral Commonwealth Games: Is it too good to be true?
Jul 20, 2022

The Czech Republic is currently undertaking a new attempt at implementing the Directive (EU) 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the… Read more

Czech Republic: Bill on the protection of whistleblowers
Jul 20, 2022

On 4 March 2022, in response to a dramatic increase in the value of Australian Carbon Credit Units (ACCUs), the Clean Energy Regulator announced… Read more

Australia: New exit policy for carbon contracts
Jul 19, 2022

One of the most relevant current issues in the Intellectual Property field in Brazil is definitely the bureaucracy involved in the process of… Read more

Brazil: Technology transfer agreements
Jul 18, 2022

Cross-border M&A transactions have been the primary drivers of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflow in India in the last financial year, regardless… Read more

India: Nuances of Cross Border M&A-Indian Regulatory Perspective
Jul 16, 2022

On the 13 May 2022 the MORE Evander team visited UEPA’s offices in Prague on MORE Evander’s conference trip to Prague. UEPA hosted a nice drinks… Read more

Sweden: MORE Evander team visits UEPA’s offices in Prague
Jul 15, 2022

MORE Evander has cooperated with InterLex in relation to advising a client on how to terminate a distribution relationship in the Nordic countries.… Read more

Sweden: More Evander cooperates with other ADVOC firms
Jul 14, 2022

The Central Bank of Bangladesh has tightened the country’s imports as the importers will have to maintain up to 100% margin against import of… Read more

Bangladesh: A.S & Associates discuss the country's new import laws
Jul 13, 2022

A.S & Associates has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bangladesh International Arbitration Centre (BIAC) for resolution of Commercial… Read more

Bangladesh: A.S & Associates has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Bangladesh International Arbitration Centre
Jul 13, 2022

The Moroccan legislator has developed a new text and it is an independent document setting out the legal rules applicable to arbitration and… Read more

Morocco: I&I Law looks at the privileged place of mediation and arbitration in Africa
Jul 12, 2022

More than 10,000 lawsuits were filed and almost a quarter million demand letters were sent to companies over the past two years, alleging claims… Read more

USA: Robinson & Cole discuss Website Accessibility and Compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act
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