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IAM | Asia-Pacific, Belgium, Central & Eastern Europe, etc. | 12 Jun 2023

IPBC Global 2023

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IAM | Austria, Belgium, Central & Eastern Europe, etc. | 28 Mar 2023

IPBC Europe 2023

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World Trademark Review | Central & Eastern Europe, USA | 20 Oct 2022

WTR Live: Managing Trademark Assets USA 2022

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Lexology PRO | Central & Eastern Europe, Global, Russia | 20 Jul 2022

Russia readies antitrust fine against Apple for anti-steering provisions

Russia’s antitrust watchdog plans to hit Apple with a turnover-based fine after concluding that the company’s anti-steering clause in contracts with developers constitutes an abuse of dominance.
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Lexology PRO | Central & Eastern Europe, Estonia, European Union, etc. | 4 Apr 2022

Estonia bans Yandex over Russian data sharing

The Estonian government has imposed sanctions on ride-hailing services provided by Russia’s largest internet company because it is forced to share personal data with Russian authorities, and urged the European Union to follow suit.
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RPC | Central & Eastern Europe, European Union, Global | 27 Oct 2021

The Nordic Investment Bank

In this episode, Mark Butler, Chief Compliance Officer at the Nordic Investment Bank, joins Alice Kemp and Alex Haines, Barrister at Outer Temple…
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Lexology PRO | Central & Eastern Europe, United Kingdom | 27 Sep 2021

UK tribunal certifies first excessive pricing class action

The UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal has certified its second-ever class action, allowing a claim to proceed that seeks €469 million in damages from BT for allegedly overcharging 2.3 million landline service customers.
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Lexology PRO | Central & Eastern Europe, European Union, United Kingdom | 27 Sep 2021

UK exempts fuel sector from antitrust rules to quell delivery crisis

The UK government has suspended competition law in the fuel sector to tackle supply issues that have resulted in panic-buying across the country, signalling its willingness once again to balance antitrust rules and principles with other public policy objectives.
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KIAP Attorneys at Law | Central & Eastern Europe, Russia | 7 Sep 2021

Cultural Considerations in Advocacy: Russia and Eastern Europe

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Lexology PRO | Central & Eastern Europe | 12 Aug 2021

Facebook to pay record San Marino fine

San Marino's data authority has slapped the social media giant with its highest-ever fines for failing to prevent data scraping and verify the ages of minors using the platform.
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