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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Canada, etc. | 19 Mar 2021

Supply chain risks and key updates for businesses

We outline some of the key issues affecting global supply chains, including international efforts to combat modern slavery.

Tavernier Tschanz | Switzerland | 18 Mar 2021

Investigating arbitrator bias: extensive screening of social media not necessarily expected

The Supreme Court recently granted a request for revision and annulled a Court of Arbitration for Sport award based on justifiable doubts as to the…

CETINKAYA | Turkey | 16 Mar 2021

Ankündigung der Menschenrechtsreform in der Türkei

Am 2. März 2021 kündigte der türkische Präsident Erdogan eine Reihe von Reformen an, die in den nächsten zwei Jahren, mit dem Ziel die derzeitigen…

Ankara Patent Bureau | European Union, Turkey | 10 Mar 2021

European Court of Human Rights judgment on violation of Patent right: In Tokel v. Turkey case

The European Court of Human Rights’ (“ECHR” or the “Court”) judgment of 09.02.2021 In TOKEL v. TURKEY case, application no. 23662/08, provides an…
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PRO Compliance | European Union, France | 27 Nov 2020

Companies in France face greater enforcement risk after successor liability U-turn

Companies in France may now be held liable for illicit acts committed by their subsidiaries before they were acquired, following a landmark court decision.
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PRO Compliance | European Union, France | 5 Oct 2020

EU court partially annuls supermarket dawn raids

The EU General Court has ruled that the European Commission’s dawn raids on Casino and Intermarché in 2017 were partly unlawful, but confirmed the overall legality of the EU antitrust dawn raid regime after it was challenged by the supermarkets.

MAMO TCV Advocates | European Union, Malta | 4 Sep 2020

Two Landmark judgments by the European Court of Human Rights against Malta

In the Case of Aquilina v Malta (Application no. 40246/18) decided on 9 June 2020 and the Case of Montanaro and Others v. Malta (Application no…
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PRO Compliance | Central & Eastern Europe, European Union, United Kingdom | 11 Aug 2020

Court rules against UK police facial recognition, but no overall ban

In a closely watched test case, a UK appeal court has ruled that a police force’s use of automated facial surveillance was illegal under human rights and data protection law – but stopped short of banning all use of the controversial technology.

CrimeLine | European Union, France, Latvia, etc. | 31 Jul 2020

Prison Conditions Update - July 2020

Over the last month, the High Court (sitting as a Divisional Court) has promulgated three judgments relating to conditions of imprisonment in France…

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Australia | 19 May 2020

Queensland case to focus on the human rights implications of climate change

A group of Young Queenslanders is challenging the mining lease and environmental approval for the Waratah coal mine, part of the Galilee Coal Project…
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