Publications

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Russian consumer protection regulation: electronic equipment sold in Russia will need to have pre-installed Russian software

On 2 December 2019, the Russian President signed the bill that requires electronic equipment sold in Russia to have pre-installed Russian software. This requirement will come into force on...

News

China: implementing regulations for new Trademark Law published

On 11 October 2019, China's State Administration for Market Regulation ("SAMR") published the Regulations on the Registration of Trademarks (《规范商标申请注册行为若干规定》,...

Published Works

Have products been made with clean hands? The Dutch Child Labour Due Diligence Act is a step in the right direction

Across the world approximately 152 million children are forced to work. Child labour is mainly prevalent in the retail and tobacco industries and in tin mines.

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International Products Law Review 2019: Issue 75.

We are excited to bring you the latest issue of our International Products Law Review with insights and updates on all aspects of products law. In this issue, we explore the trustworthiness ...

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A Turning Point for Tech – Global survey on digital regulation

Technological developments and tech-based business models have become a focus for global regulation across borders and industries in recent years.

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How crisis leadership and crisis management differ — and why preparation is essential for every business

Whether it’s a workplace incident, a defective product, corruption, or a cyber attack, a crisis can strike in an instant. And when a critical situation occurs, leaders must make...

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Corporate purpose: a global issue

As large companies in the UK are under increased pressure from the revised UK Corporate Governance Code to report on business purpose and engage effectively with stakeholders, big business...

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Watch: The impact of China's Foreign Investment Law on inbound IP-related investments

In a recent move involving both the Chinese legislature and the executive branch, China has overhauled two of its most important pieces of legislation governing inbound IP-related...

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