McDermott Will & Emery | Germany | 13 Sep 2023
Das Bundesarbeitsgericht hatte sich in einer aktuellen Entscheidung (BAG, Urteil vom 24. August 2023 - 2 AZR 17/23, PM) damit auseinander zu setzen…
K&L Gates LLP | USA | 11 Aug 2023
For over twenty months, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has steadily announced settled orders against broker-dealers and investment…
Lexology PRO | France, Japan, USA | 8 Aug 2023
Two US regulators have announced fines totalling $549 million against nine financial institutions over their “widespread” use of unapproved messaging platforms for business.
Taylor Hampton Solicitors Ltd | United Kingdom | 13 Jul 2023
A heated debate surrounds a crucial aspect of the UK’s Online Safety Bill (The Bill): whether the pursuit of greater protections against child sexual…
Boyes Turner LLP | United Kingdom | 27 Jun 2023
In a world, that is increasingly being driven by technology, with a seemingly ever-increasing thirst for information, the once humble, and often…
Shoosmiths LLP | United Kingdom | 14 Jun 2023
This article considers what the consequences for the UK Covid-19 Inquiry might be depending on the outcome of the litigation commenced by the Cabinet…
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Brazil, European Union, etc. | 5 Jun 2023
The US FTC fines Amazon US$25 million for alleged child privacy violations, an investigation finds that the UK NHS shared medical data with Meta, and an EU-US AI voluntary code could be incoming – plus other key updates.
FRP Advisory | United Kingdom | 26 May 2023
There are few sectors within the economy that aren’t currently questioning how artificial intelligence (AI) will affect their future ways of working…
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Cyprus, etc. | 22 May 2023
Meta is fined €1.2 billion (US$1.5 billion) for mishandling data in EU-US transfers, Montana is to set become the first US state to ban TikTok, and Taiwan ups fines for data security violations – plus other key updates.
Lexology PRO | Canada, USA | 12 May 2023
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has reminded banks of the importance of following its recordkeeping requirements after fining HSBC and Bank of Nova Scotia’s US securities entities for employees’ “pervasive and longstanding” use of WhatsApp to discuss business matters.