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Baker McKenzie | Philippines | 21 Jan 2019

Philippine Government Enacts Law Allowing Workers To Work From Their Homes

President Rodrigo Duterte has signed a law which formalizes the option for employees to work from home or work remotely outside the workplace


Baker McKenzie | United Kingdom | 14 Nov 2018

Ethnicity pay gap reporting: consultation launched

The government has opened a consultation on taking forward its manifesto commitment to introduce ethnicity pay gap reporting for large employers. The


Baker McKenzie | Singapore | 12 Nov 2018

Amendments to the Criminal Procedure Code and Evidence Act

The Criminal Procedure Code ("CPC") provides the framework for criminal investigations and the procedure for criminal hearings, and the Evidence Act


Baker McKenzie | USA | 18 Jul 2018

No one owns data

Businesses, policy makers, and scholars are calling for property rights in data. In particular they focus on the vast amounts of data generated by


Baker McKenzie | Australia | 30 Jun 2018

Spotlight on the Gender Pay Gap in Australia

The principle of “equal pay for equal work” was introduced in Australia in 1969 and legislation prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex first


Baker McKenzie | USA | 10 May 2018

Spotlight on the Gender Pay Gap in the US

In the US, pay equity is a hot button issue for employers for a number of reasons: reputational concerns are triggered with increasing shareholder


Baker McKenzie | European Union | 9 Apr 2018

Data Privacy Compliance for Equity Awards Post-GDPR

As most of you are aware, the collection, processing, use and transfer of personal data is regulated and restricted in most countries outside the US


Baker McKenzie | USA, Australia, United Kingdom | 1 Apr 2018

The Smart Power Revolution: Opportunities and Challenges

The power sector is on the cusp of transformation. The combination of the rise of cost-effective renewable energy, the decentralization of energy


Baker McKenzie | United Kingdom | 14 Feb 2018

UK Information Commissioner issues another large fine for cyber breach

The consequences of a cyber security data breach may not only have severe business and PR related implications on an organisation but, under the GDPR


Baker McKenzie | European Union | 31 Jan 2018

Final countdown for the adaption of IT works agreements

As of 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply, with the aim of further unifying data protection law in Europe. Numerous

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