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GRAF ISOLA Rechtsanwälte GmbH | Austria | 1 Feb 2022

Austrian Supreme Court on due process in proceedings for preliminary injunction

The Supreme Court recently ruled that a violation of the right to be heard in provisional proceedings is not a ground for nullity, but a mere procedural defect. In exceptional cases (eg, where effectiveness depends on a quick decision), the issuance of an interim injunction can still take place without hearing the opponent. However, the unsuccessful opponent is insufficiently protected by the......
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Libya, United Kingdom | 12 Jul 2021

Supreme Court decides process for service of documents instituting proceedings on a state in general dynamics v Libya

In General Dynamics United Kingdom Ltd v State of Libya [2021] UKSC 22 the Supreme Court (the “Court“), by a majority of 3 to 2, held that s12(1)…
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Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP | European Union, Netherlands | 1 Dec 2020

Dutch Court Overturns DPA Fine on Legitimate Interest Legal Basis

On November 23, 2020, the Dutch District Court of Midden-Nederland (the “Court”) determined that the concept of a legitimate interest for processing…
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5SAH Chambers | United Kingdom | 30 Nov 2020

Guidance on the approach to applications under section 10A of POCA 2002—civil rules and the family home (R v Forte)

This case sets out the key principles and procedure to be followed under applications pursuant to section 10A of the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002 (POCA…
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Paksoy | Turkey | 17 Nov 2020

Turkish watchdog fines Google again for abusing its dominant position

Turkish Competition Board ("TCB") recently announced its final decision regarding the investigation against Google and accordingly, the TCB…
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Rahman Ravelli | United Kingdom | 16 Nov 2020

Account freezing orders under scrutiny in a Rahman Ravelli and Doughty Street hosted civil recovery webinar

All aspects of account freezing orders and High Court civil recovery will be analysed in an upcoming Rahman Ravelli and Doughty Street hosted webinar…
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Afridi & Angell | United Arab Emirates | 11 Nov 2020

The separability of an arbitration clause - The Sharjah Court of Appeal sets limits

The Sharjah Court of Appeal recently declined to apply the principle of separability of an arbitration clause, on the basis that the underlying…
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Arthur Cox LLP | European Union, Ireland, United Kingdom | 3 Nov 2020

Employer’s Processing of Employee’s Criminal Offence Data Deemed Lawful under GDPR *

The claimant is an employee of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (“HMRC”). In 2018, she was…
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Bird & Bird LLP | China | 30 Oct 2020

China Data Protection Update: Deep Dive (2): Data protection principles, legal basis of processing and consent requirements under the Draft Personal Information Protection Law

This newsletter is the second "deep-dive" newsletter on the new draft Personal Information Protection Law ("Draft PI Protection Law") which was…
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Morton Fraser MacRoberts | United Kingdom | 22 Oct 2020

Waste Not, Want Not

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and the resulting lockdown, many UK residents found themselves spending significantly more time at home. I was one of…
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