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‘Exact match’ UDRP complaint denied as complainant fails to prove knowledge of its mark World Trademark Review

In MiWay Insurance Limited v Domains By Proxy LLC/Sahi (WIPO Case D2019-1987), a panel has refused to transfer the domain name ‘miway.online’ under the Uniform Domain Name...

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Proving bad faith at registration time could be a good ‘Techtrend’ World Trademark Review

In Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) v InterAd.com Inc (WIPO Case D2019-1429), a panel has refused to transfer the disputed domain name...

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All Bark, No Bite? Proposals to Transform the Clean Company Act Into an Effective Anti-Corruption Tool George Washington International Law Review, Vol. 51 2019

Brazil has joined the fight against corruption by enacting the Clean Company Act (CCA) in 2014. However, the Act is not yet comprehensive enough to deter companies from engaging in corrupt...

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‘grabprinting.com’ decision: UDRP panels will want snapshot of circumstances at time when domain name was registered World Trademark Review

In Grabtaxi Holdings Pte Ltd v Lim (WIPO Case D2019-1585), a single-member panel has denied the transfer of a domain name under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP)...

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When "sweet water" becomes bitter World Trademark Review

In Sociedad Puerto Industrial Aguadulce SA v Makrani (WIPO Case D2019-1378), a three-member panel has denied the transfer of a domain name consisting of the Spanish generic term ‘agua ...

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Is the DST compatible with the UK's international obligations?

The OECD has warned against unilateral measures leading to taxation of the digitalised economy outside the international tax framework. The UK is one country that has proposed such...

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Weakness in Numbers: The Risks Investors' Bounded Rationality and Cognitive Biases Pose to the U.S. Securities Crowdfunding Market Georgetown Law Journal

Increased communication facilitated by the rise of the Internet has developed the necessary infrastructure to gather a virtual "crowd" This has permitted crowdfunding, which was previously...

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Lessons for In-House Counsel from Cybersecurity’s Front Lines

Recent developments reinforce the urgent need for general counsel and legal departments to deepen their focus on cybersecurity. In today's environment, any organization can be the target of ...

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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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