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Chinese data security laws increasingly create roadblocks for litigants seeking discovery in U.S. courts

China - March 1 2022 Two Chinese information security laws, the Data Security Law (“DSL”) and the Personal Information Protection Law (“PIPL”), are creating difficulties…

Stuart Cobb, Michael J. Lowell, Eric M. Manski, Mark D. Quist, Gerard M. Stegmaier

Adtech regulatory round-up - December 2021

USA - December 23 2021 The Government's ambition to make the UK the safest place in the world online has most recently taken the form of the draft Online Safety Bill, which…

Stéphanie Abdesselam, Audrey Augusto, Charmian Aw, Monique N. Bhargava, Keri S. Bruce, Sarah Bruno, Laetitia Gaillard, Tom Gates, Daniel Kadar, Kile E. Marks, Sven Schonhofen, Dr. Andreas Splittgerber, Natasha Tardif, Elle Todd

China passes Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law - what you should know

China, USA - June 18 2021 On 10 June 2021, the National People’s Congress Standing Committee (NPCSC) passed the Anti-Foreign Sanctions Law of the People’s Republic of China…

Linda Gao, Leigh T. Hansson, Arthur Lam, Leah Lei, Lianjun Li, Eric Lin, Dora Wang, Cheryl Yu

Looking ahead: global antitrust and competition trends for 2021

Global - March 11 2021 While 2020 certainly brought its challenges, 2021 brings new trends, priorities, and opportunities, particularly in the world of competition law. Our…

Vaibhav Adlakha, Audrey Augusto, Courtney Bedell Averbach, Andrew C. Bernasconi, Daniel I. Booker, Christopher Brennan, Lucile Chneiweiss, Debra H. Dermody, Jennifer M. Driscoll, Edward W. Duffy, Christian Filippitsch, Geert Goeteyn, Magdalini Goulakou, Majorie C. Holmes, Corinna Kammerer, Khushbu Kumar, Camille Martin Saint Leon, Marc Lévy, Michael E. Lowenstein, Ross Mackenzie, Michelle A. Mantine, Isabelle Rahman, Charles Sauvage, Edward B. Schwartz, Max Seuster, William J. Sheridan, Natasha Tardif, Gregory D. Vose, Dora Wang, Emma Weeden, Dr. Michaela Westrup

Global price gouging laws: A client resource guide

Global - September 23 2020 Price gouging often refers to the charging of an artificially inflated price for high-demand goods or services during a period of emergency, such as…

Vaibhav Adlakha, Lucile Chneiweiss, Jennifer M. Driscoll, Christian Filippitsch, Geert Goeteyn, Majorie C. Holmes, Corinna Kammerer, Marc Lévy, Ross Mackenzie, Michelle A. Mantine, Isabelle Rahman, Victoria A. Sanford, Max Seuster, Tilman Siebert, Danielle L. Stewart, Natasha Tardif, Dora Wang, Emma Weeden, Dr. Michaela Westrup