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Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, France, etc. | 16 May 2022

Bleisure: employees working from abroad and the implications for employers

As more employees look to combine business and leisure trips in the post-pandemic world, employers should be aware of the risks involved including cybersecurity threats, tax implications, and impacts on employee wellbeing.
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Lexology PRO | Canada, European Union, Global, etc. | 16 May 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (10 – 16 May)

Hong Kong raises fines for H&S offences, the US recognises discrimination risks in AI recruitment practices, and a UK Tribunal says calling someone “bald” can be sexual harassment – plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Brazil, Canada, etc. | 16 May 2022

Data protection: key compliance updates (10 – 16 May)

The EU agrees on a cybersecurity directive, Hong Kong publishes model contractual clauses for cross-border data transfers, and Clearview AI is banned from selling its products to private entities in the US – plus other key updates.
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NSN Law Firm | Turkey | 16 May 2022

Amendments to the Regulation on the Implementation of the Turkish Citizenship Law

According to subparagraph (b) of the second Paragraph of Article 20 of the Regulation; At least 250.000 USD or equivalent foreign currency is…
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 16 May 2022

Authors should retain evidence of creation of works in order to succeed in copyright claims

In order to enjoy protection under the Copyright Act, a work must possess "originality". The courts will require plaintiffs to prove how their work complies with the "originality" requirement in copyright claims. Authors should keep relevant evidence during and after the creation process to prevent their copyright status from being challenged by the court or a counterparty when asserting......
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Spoor & Fisher | South Africa | 16 May 2022

Copyright in South Africa: FAQs

In most countries, unlike other forms of IP protection provided for by statute, copyright need not be registered. It subsists automatically. There is one exception in South Africa: the copyright subsisting in cinematograph films, which also vests automatically but can also be registered. This article is part of a series answering FAQs about IP rights in South Africa.
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Keller and Heckman LLP | USA | 16 May 2022

FDA Finalizes Guidance on Reducing Microbial Hazards in Seed for Sprouting

As covered on this blog, FDA announced a draft guidance on June 25, 2019 for the seed sprouting industry that provides recommended steps to prevent…
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DLA Piper | European Union | 16 May 2022

EU Commission proposes tax incentive for equity, disincentive for debt

As follow-up to the Communication on Business Taxation for the 21st Century in May 2021 setting-out the European Commission’s (EC) long-term vision…
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Covington & Burling LLP | USA | 16 May 2022

The Interagency Community Reinvestment Act Proposal: Ten Things To Know

On May 5, 2022, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System ("Board"), the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ("FDIC"), and the Office of…
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Santamarina y Steta SC | Mexico | 16 May 2022

El futuro de los impuestos a los grandes contribuyentes

REPRESENTAN LAS GRANDES EMPRESAS UNA FUENTE DE OXÍGENO PARA EL SAT EN LA ERA POST-COVID, PESE AL ESCUDRIÑAMIENTO QUE EL ORGANISMO LES HA…
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