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Fintech Without Borders: Regulators Consult on Global Financial Innovation Network

USA - August 22 2018 On August 7, a group of regulators from 11 jurisdictions published a consultation (the Consultation) on the Global Financial Innovation Network (the...

Max Charles Savoie, Matt Feehily, John M. Casanova, Leonard Ng, Joel D. Feinberg, Han Ming Ho.


California’s GDPR? Sweeping California Privacy Ballot Initiative Could Bring Sea Change to U.S. Privacy Regulation and Enforcement

USA - June 26 2018 On June 25, 2018, California Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced that a potentially significant privacy initiative is eligible for the Nov. 6...

Alan Charles Raul, Cameron F. Kerry, Geeta Malhotra, Wim Nauwelaerts, Christopher Fonzone, William RM Long, John M. Casanova, Colleen Theresa Brown, John K. Van De Weert, Edward R. McNicholas.


Singapore Announces Changes to Improve Access to Medical Devices and Clarify Regulatory Controls

Singapore - June 14 2018 Singapore’s Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has announced changes to its legislation and regulations designed to facilitate access to certain low-risk...

Ian Cheong, Nathan Saper.


Georgia Governor Vetoes Broad-Reaching Computer Crime Bill, Highlighting Debate Around Bug Bounty Programs

USA - May 17 2018 On May 8, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announced that he was vetoing Senate Bill 315 (“SB 315” or “the bill”), cybersecurity legislation that would...

Cameron F. Kerry, William RM Long, John M. Casanova, Colleen Theresa Brown, Edward R. McNicholas.


Substantial Changes to Singapore’s Employment Laws

Singapore - March 22 2018 Recent years have seen an increase in employee protections in Singapore, as evidenced by measures to (1) help employees cope with structural economic...

Nicholas Seng.