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Cordato Partners | Australia | 14 Feb 2022

It’s the captain’s call to confine a person to a cabin on a cruise ship

Half-way through a 10 day cruise around islands in the Pacific, an 18 year old female was the victim of a sexual assault. Shortly afterwards, a male…
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Macfarlanes LLP | United Kingdom | 16 Nov 2021

When are assets “UK assets”?

In the recent case of Partington v Rossiter [2021] EWCA Civ 1564 the Court of Appeal found that a reference to “UK assets” in a will could, in…
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Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP | United Kingdom | 20 Oct 2021

Terminating technology contracts: some welcome guidance

Whether to terminate of a complex agreement for material and/or repudiatory breach is a common and yet difficult decision to make as a…
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Lexology PRO | Australia, USA | 9 Jul 2021

Epic wins appeal in Australia, can restart case against Apple

An appellate court in Australia has sided with Epic Games and lifted a stay on the developer’s lawsuit accusing Apple of illegally maintaining its monopoly over the distribution of apps and in-app payments on its mobile platform.
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Lexology PRO | Australia | 1 Jun 2021

JPMorgan contests settlement disclosure request in Australian cartel case

JPMorgan has pushed back against claims that its discussions with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and the country’s financial regulator during the course of leniency negotiations should be disclosed to banks fighting cartel charges in a landmark case.
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Nexsen Pruet | USA | 10 Sep 2020

Your Most Valuable Business Assets Should Be Vigorously Protected

I’m not telling you anything you don’t know but now more than ever, having clear and distinctive branding is so critical in such a hyper distracted…
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Hogan Lovells | Hong Kong | 10 Sep 2020

Why Hong Kong will continue to be a leading arbitral center

The NSL came into force in Hong Kong on 1 July 2020. Some observers have expressed concern that the law will threaten Hong Kong's status as an…
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PRO Compliance | Canada | 4 Sep 2020

Common law data breach class actions not precluded by PIPEDA

A Canadian judge has upheld plaintiffs’ rights to bring class action lawsuits on the basis of common law claims after a defendant argued the country’s federal law precluded such litigation.
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Hogan Lovells | Hong Kong | 26 Aug 2020

Update on Hong Kong National Security Law: first judgment addressing constitutional matters delivered

On 21 August 2020, in Tong Ying Kit v HKSAR [2020] HKCFI 2133 (the "Judgment"), the Hong Kong Court of First Instance handed down its first judgment…
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Fenwick Elliott Solicitors | Middle East, United Kingdom | 18 Jun 2020

Differences in payment provisions & practices between Middle East Civil Codes & English common law

Ahmed Ibrahim, head of our Dubai office, led a discussion with fellow Dubai-based partner, Patrick Stone about the differences in payment provisions…
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