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We describe some of the potential issues for the TMT sector to consider.
Submitted: 30 June 2017
Italian partner Davide Sportelli discusses the tips and pitfalls for negotiating exits in Italy with Róisín Murphyas part of our recent European employment conference.
German partner Verena Braeckeler-Kogel discusses bonus case law and best practice with Laetitia Cooke as part of our recent European employment law conference.
French Partner Laurence Renard discusses the famous "right to disconnect" and the new President’s ambitious program re labour laws with Philip Bartlett as part of our recent European employment law conference.
The European Commission has imposed a record €2.42bn fine on Google for abusing its dominant position in the search engine market.
Submitted: 26 June 2017
The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has considered that the notorious BitTorrent site, The Pirate Bay, is liable for directly infringing copyright by communicating works to the public and should be blocked in the Netherlands.
Submitted: 16 June 2017
The European Commission has launched three new antitrust investigations into the licensing and distribution practices of Nike, Sanrio and Universal Studios, who are suspected of illegally restricting traders from selling licensed merchandise online and cross border within the EU.
Submitted: 12 June 2017
In October 2014, the French Competition Authority (FCA) cleared, under conditions, the acquisition of SFR by Altice, two operators active in the telecom sector.
Submitted: 08 June 2017
A recent amendment to the Penal Code criminalises certain use of mobile devices to take pictures or record images in public spaces, regardless of whether consent is obtained.
Submitted: 06 June 2017
It is the first time the EU Commission has fined a company for providing false or misleading information in the context of a merger filing since the entry into force of the 2004 EU Merger Regulation.
Submitted: 01 June 2017
The US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) entered into a US$ 100,871,266 settlement agreement with Zhongxing Telecommunications Equipment Corporation (ZTE) to settle its civil liability for alleged violations of US sanctions law applicable to Iran-related transactions.
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