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Weekly newsletter on employment matters.


Spiegel Online: EU Court of Justice rules on copyright vs freedom of the press
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By judgement of 29 July 2019 (C-516/17), the Court confirmed that freedom of expression and freedom of the press cannot justify derogations from authors' exclusive rights that would go...


IP partner Sahira Khwaja comments on Sky v Skykick AG Opinion

LONDON, 17 October 2019 - Sahira Khwaja, partner at Hogan Lovells, said: "In a thorough and thoughtful opinion, Advocate General Tanchev has agreed that a trade mark cannot be declared ...

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EU/UK trade and customs relationship in the new N. Ireland protocol

The EU-UK agreement reached on 17 October 2019 ("Agreement") revises the Irish backstop with a new Protocol on Ireland/Northern Ireland ("NI Protocol").

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FIG Bulletin, 18 October 2019

We are delighted to send you our latest e-newsletter, setting out recent regulatory developments of interest to financial institutions.


Doing Business in Germany Consumer Sector

Germany should not be a blank spot on your company map. Located at the center of Continental Europe, it is the world’s fourth biggest economy and the home of some of the biggest...

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HHS tackles barriers to value-based care: Part two – Substantial Stark Law regulatory revisions proposed Health Alert

Along with proposed Stark Law exceptions designed to accommodate value-based care models, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS or the agency) proposed additional revisions...

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Watch: New York enacts new data security laws

On July 25, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a pair of bills establishing new requirements for businesses that process certain personal information related to New York...


German Federal Supreme Court: Providing third-party software for download is copyright infringement
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In its judgment I ZR 132/17, published at the end ofJuly, the German Federal Supreme Court (GFSC) found that providing software for the purpose of retrieval on a download portal means ...

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