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ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law | Turkey | 29 Feb 2024

Turkish Competition Board clears Microsoft's acquisition of Activision Blizzard by finding global commitments sufficient for market

Recently, the Turkish Competition Authority published the Turkish Competition Board's reasoned decision concerning the acquisition of sole control over Activision Blizzard Inc by Microsoft Corporation. This article aims to provide an overview of the Decision and offer insight into the Authority's approach towards applicability of global commitments within the scope of mergers and acquisitions......
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Gorodissky & Partners | Russia | 29 Feb 2024

New rules for taxation of income of remote employees

With remote work on the rise, Russian companies are no exception and are actively using this trend, hiring the specialists they need for remote work or concluding one-time civil law contracts with them. This article discusses tax implications for individuals who carry out remote work with Russian companies.
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Mayer Brown | France | 29 Feb 2024

Key developments and trends in French antitrust enforcement in 2023

Although the average and total fines imposed by the French Competition Authority in 2023 have decreased in comparison to previous years, it has nevertheless been very active on the antitrust front. This is reflected in the significant number of enforcement decisions that have been handed down, including 10 where fines were imposed, and more than double the number of opinions adopted in 2023......
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Feb 2024

New immigration rules place greater restrictions on care workers

From 11 March 2024, care providers in England cannot sponsor new care workers under the Skilled Worker route unless they are registered with the Care Quality Commission. From the same date, newly sponsored carers can no longer bring their family members to the United Kingdom. These measures implement the first part of the government's "five-point plan" to reduce net migration.
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Lewis Silkin LLP | United Kingdom | 28 Feb 2024

Home Office reconfirms Ukraine Schemes do not lead to settlement

New Immigration Rules have made immediate changes to the Ukraine Schemes, including closing the Ukraine Family Scheme. A separate announcement reconfirms that the Ukraine Schemes do not lead to settlement, but that an 18-month extension will be available for scheme participants from early 2025. Participants wishing to settle in the United Kingdom should urgently review their options ahead of......
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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP | European Union | 28 Feb 2024

Medical Devices Regulatory in European Union: what is to come?

The German Medical Technology Association and the EPP Group in the European parliament, among others, are calling for a swift agreement on a catalogue of measures to avert negative consequences for patient care and securement of the supply of medical devices in the European Union and thus to amend the EU Medical Device Regulation.
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Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein | Germany | 27 Feb 2024

Do group insurance and insurance intermediaries require a licence?

In mid-2023, the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority, although the supervisory authority for insurers and not insurance intermediaries, responded to the European Court of Justice ruling on group insurance with a supervisory notice. This was necessary because the market was uncertain as to what was still permitted.
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 26 Feb 2024

Do customers' online reviews and store responses have legal responsibilities?

These days people often refer to online reviews to aid their consumption decision-making. They also express their opinions through online reviews post consumption. Store owners often respond to consumer opinions. These reviews can sometimes cause people to butt heads and may even lead to legal disputes. The Intellectual Property and Commercial Court recently judged on infringement disputes......
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OMC Abogados & Consultores | Peru | 26 Feb 2024

Importance of trademark registration at INDECOPI: safeguarding corporate identity

In the competitive business world, where product or service identity and recognition are paramount, the protection of intellectual property is crucial. In Peru, the National Institute for the Defense of Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property emerges as the key entity for managing trademark registration. This article provides a detailed step-by-step process to carry out this......
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Lee and Li Attorneys at Law | Taiwan | 26 Feb 2024

Jurisdiction over first instance of IP civil actions: from jurisdictional priority to special and exclusive jurisdiction

This article examines the recent Taiwan High Court (Kaohsiung Branch Court) ruling 112-Kang-Geng(I)-Zi-10 rendered during the transitional period of amendments to the Adjudication Act (enacted on 30 August 2023), which has amended the jurisdictional priority of the Intellectual Property and Commercial Court.
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