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Nov 04, 2022

Boels Zanders advised Labour Power Company on the acquisition of International Flex Job The team Mergers and Acquisitions of Boels Zanders advised… Read more

Netherlands: Boels Zanders advised Labour Power Company on the acquisition of International Flex Job
Nov 03, 2022

While Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) may not be on every shipping company board’s agenda, this is likely to change very soon. Read more

Singapore: JTJB-Navigating towards a sustainable maritime industry
Nov 02, 2022

Boels Zanders recently worked together with German Advoc partner Dr. Schackow & Partner and advised wholesale supplier for agriculture, garden… Read more

Netherlands: Boels Zanders works with a number of ADVOC firms
Nov 01, 2022

JTJB is proud to be recognised as one of Singapore’s Best Law Firms 2023 in the following areas: Insolvency & Restructuring Maritime & Shipping Read more

Singapore: JTJB recognised as one of Singapore's best law firms
Oct 05, 2022

The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (“SCC”) was established in 1917 and is an independent part of the Stockholm Chamber… Read more

Sweden : Statistics from the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce
Oct 04, 2022

The Ministry of Manpower has recently launched a workplace safety code of practice for company management (the “Code of Practice”). The Code… Read more

Singapore:  New code of practice setting out top management's workplace safety and health responsibilities
Oct 03, 2022

There is currently a great drive around the world to develop environmental practices and sustainability in multiple sectors, and the space sector… Read more

Scotland: Is there space to be sustainable?
Oct 03, 2022

Lord Braid’s recent judgement in the case of Supaseal Glass Limited v Inverclyde Windows Manufacturing Limited serves as a useful reminder of… Read more

Scotland: Contract or No Contract? Supaseal Glass Limited v Inverclyde Windows Manufacturing Limited
Sep 26, 2022

Polish lawyer Anna Palus has instructed solicitors to bring defamation proceedings against Nick Kyrgios, after his complaints led to her temporary… Read more

Scotland: First Serve: Nick Kyrgios and the Defamation and Malicious Publication (Scotland) Act 2021
Aug 08, 2022

Robinson+Cole Managing Partner and past Litigation Section Co-chair Rhonda J. Tobin has been named one of Benchmark Litigation’s Top 250 Women… Read more

USA: Robinson+Cole Managing Partner Among Benchmark Litigation’s Top 250 Women in Litigation
Jul 29, 2022

Cooper Grace Ward has received one of the Australian legal industry’s top awards for 2022: the annual Beaton Client Choice Awards in the category… Read more

Australia: Cooper Grace Ward wins ‘Best Law & Related Services Firm’ in the Beaton Client Choice Awards 2022
Jul 28, 2022

Recent surveys demonstrate that at least one third of the consumers is available to pay a “premium” (i.e. an additional price) to buy green products. Read more

Italy: The narrow borders between green marketing and green-washing: legal (and commercial) risks of a wrong promotion of the products
Jul 25, 2022

Best Lawyers has announced its annual list of leading lawyers, and CGW is thrilled to have 20 team members listed across 26 practice areas in… Read more

Australia: 20 CGW partners listed in Best Lawyers Australia
Jul 25, 2022

Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers is extremely proud to be among the winners recognised in Human Resources Director (HRD) magazine’s 5-Star Employer… Read more

Australia: Cooper Grace Ward wins 5-Star Employer of Choice Award for 2022
Jul 24, 2022

Inadequate cybersecurity risk management systems and cyber resilience constituted a contravention of Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL)… Read more

Australia: Inadequate cybersecurity contravenes AFSL obligations
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
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