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GDPR’s Most Frequently Asked Questions: What Is the Article 29 Working Party?

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (Bryan Cave)

Answer: The Article 29 Working Party is the name of an advisory body established in 1996 by Article 29 of Directive 9546EC. The role of the Working...

North America Tax News and Developments - May 2018

Baker McKenzie

In what was perhaps the most anticipated event to occur in the field of state and local taxation over the past 26 years, on April 17, 2018, the U.S...

2018 Global High-Yield Bond Study

Proskauer Rose LLP

Welcome to this seventh edition of Proskauer's Global High-Yield Bond Study, our analysis of market trends for high-yield bond offerings...

FDA Permits Marketing of First Autonomous Artificial Intelligence-Based Medical Device

Jones Day

On April 11, 2018, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") permitted marketing of the first device to use artificial intelligence ("AI")...

DOT Moves Forward on Drone Integration

Jones Day

The U.S. Department of Transportation ("DOT") has taken significant strides regarding the future of unmanned aircraft systems ("UAS") integration in...

The Impact of GDPR on the Aviation Industry

William Fry

For the aviation industry, this means that data protection obligations will significantly expand under the regulation and companies operating in the...

GDPR’s Most Frequently Asked Questions: What Is the Article 29 Working Party?

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (Bryan Cave)

Answer: The Article 29 Working Party is the name of an advisory body established in 1996 by Article 29 of Directive 9546EC. The role of the Working...

Appropriate court in context of post-award of foreign-seated tribunal

Khaitan & Co

In Trammo DMCC v Nagarjuna Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited the Bombay High Court ruled that an application under Section 9 of the Arbitration and...

North America Tax News and Developments - May 2018

Baker McKenzie

In what was perhaps the most anticipated event to occur in the field of state and local taxation over the past 26 years, on April 17, 2018, the U.S...

2018 Global High-Yield Bond Study

Proskauer Rose LLP

Welcome to this seventh edition of Proskauer's Global High-Yield Bond Study, our analysis of market trends for high-yield bond offerings...

Doing Business in India

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

This growth is being driven in particular by its demography, notably with almost 50 of its 1.3 billion population below the age of 25 and an...

The UAE introduces Long-awaited Stand-alone Arbitration Law

Baker McKenzie

What has changed? On 3 May 2018, the UAE published its first stand-alone Arbitration Law under Federal Law No. 6 of 2018. The UAE's aim is to ensure...

New UAE Federal Arbitration Law

Beale & Company

The long-anticipated UAE Federal Arbitration Law is issued by the President of the United Arab Emirates. Earlier this year it was announced that the...

Protecting individuals’ rights versus the press: the Leveson debate

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner (BLP)

In the last few weeks it’s been hard to miss the news about the long-standing debate in Parliament over whether or not the second part of the...

Following a cyber attack, IoT device manufacturers, data controllers, and sellers could face liability under the EU’s Product Liability Directive and the GDPR

Hogan Lovells

Advancements in technology may provide consumers with a continuous stream of upgraded products, but they’re also proving that current security and...


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