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Cozen O'Connor | USA | 25 Aug 2016

FTC Overturns ALJ’s LabMD Decision and Reasserts its Role as a Data Security Enforcer

On July 29, 2016, the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC” or “Commission”) reversed an FTC administrative law judge’s (“ALJ”) opinion which had ruled

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Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP | China | 18 Aug 2016

China Publishes Regulation on the Use of Resident Identity Cards

Recently, the People’s Republic of China’s Ministry of Public Security, the National Development and Reform Commission and six other administrative

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Baker McKenzie | USA, Netherlands, Australia, etc. | 25 Jan 2012

Intermediary liability global

They have also been a number of overseas developments that are of interest from an Australian perspective given the ongoing debate surrounding the issue.

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Oblon | USA | 20 Oct 2011

ITC names two new administrative law judges

On October 17, 2011, the International Trade Commission issued press releases announcing that Thomas Bernard Pender and David P. Shaw will become administrative law judges at the ITC effective October 24, 2011.

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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 17 Oct 2011

Senate committee makes credit reporting recommendations

A Senate committee has reported on the draft credit reporting amendments to the Privacy Act, taking into account 40 submissions received from a variety of parties representing the interests of credit providers, credit reporting agencies and consumers.

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Chadbourne & Parke LLP | USA | 3 Oct 2011

Insurance and banking departments merge in New York; new Department of Financial Services starts operating

As of today, the New York Insurance Department and New York Banking Department have ceased operating as separate agencies, and a new Department of Financial Services ("DFS") has begun to function which will regulate both banking and insurance in New York.

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Paul Weiss | USA | 24 Jun 2011

FCC to tighten rules against cramming

At an event hosted on Monday by the Center for American Progress, FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski said he would circulate a notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) in advance of the agency’s July open meeting that would “explore new ways to empower consumers and protect Americans against cramming and mystery fees” that appear on their phone service bills.

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Sherman & Howard LLC | USA | 26 May 2011

Supreme Court upholds "Legal Arizona Workers Act," state law not preempted by federal immigration law

The Supreme Court today upheld the Legal Arizona Workers Act, the Arizona state law that requires employers to participate in the federal E-Verify system, and further, punishes employers that knowingly employ unauthorized aliens.

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Vorys Sater Seymour and Pease LLP | USA | 17 May 2011

New penalties for Indiana employers who fail to check immigration status

A new Indiana law provides that employers who knowingly employ unauthorized workers will be required to reimburse the state for unemployment insurance benefits paid to the unauthorized worker.

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Mirandah Asia | Vietnam | 1 Apr 2011

Government tightens enforcement through decree

In September 2010, the Vietnamese government issued a Decree (No. 972010ND-CP) to cut down on red tape and make it easier to initiate action

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