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Gómez-Acebo & Pombo Abogados | Spain | 7 Mar 2019

Ley de Secretos Empresariales: innovaciones en la tutela cautelar y posibilidad de acudir al arbitraje

Se examina, además de las innovaciones en la tutela cautelar y la posibilidad de acudir al arbitraje, el alcance limitado de la generalidad de las…
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Lenz & Staehelin | Switzerland | 19 Feb 2019

Precautionary taking of evidence in support of current proceedings

Under the Civil Procedure Code, the Swiss courts usually take evidence only after the parties have fully pleaded all particulars. The taking of evidence is often preceded by multiple exchanges of written submissions; however, in certain cases, it may be unreasonable to wait until the proceedings have fully developed to take certain evidence. For such cases, Swiss law allows parties to request......
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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer | USA | 28 Nov 2018

US securities fraud claims and unsponsored ADR programmes

Non-US companies with unsponsored ADR programmes may be concerned about whether their liability risk has increased after the recent unfavourable US…
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Linklaters LLP | European Union, United Kingdom | 4 Jun 2018

Chickening Out? Chlorinated Chicken and Trade

Of all commodities, it is the humble chicken which seems to have caught the public’s imagination when it comes to trade talks. Agriculture has long…
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Arent Fox LLP | European Union, USA | 15 Feb 2018

EU Court Offers Preview of Potential Regulatory Approach for Gene Edited Plants

Late last month, an advisor to the Court of Justice of the European Union issued an opinion recommending that plants produced using innovative…
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BMA Barbosa, Müssnich, Aragão | Brazil | 27 Nov 2017

New rules for punitive administrative proceedings in capital and financial markets

The president recently approved in full a bill passed by Congress that will substantially change the existing punitive rules for crimes and misconduct carried out within the capital and financial markets. The new law introduces some relevant changes to the rules through which the Central Bank and the Securities Commission may punish offences and to the definitions and scope of application of......
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Stibbe | European Union | 23 Nov 2017

The precautionary principle: outdated protection against authorized GMOs?

Member States must not - on the sole basis of the precautionary principle - adopt national emergency measures prohibiting certain authorised…
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Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP | European Union, USA | 22 Sep 2017

EU Member States Cannot Restrict GMOs Without Valid Safety Concerns, ECJ Rules

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has determined that member states cannot invoke the "precautionary principle" to restrict the cultivation and sale…
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Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Global | 6 Sep 2017

Brave New World or the end of it? Regulating artificial intelligence begins with understanding the real risks

When Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk, addressed the US National Governor’s Association (NGA) summer meeting, it was his comments on AI which drew intense media scrutiny.
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Bernardi & Schnapp Advogados | Brazil | 22 Aug 2017

Aircraft repossession in Brazil - understanding major challenges of litigating

Litigation commonly increases when the Economy undergoes a long period of reduced activity. Though Brazil was to a certain extent able to steer clear…
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