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Recent cybersecurity regulatory developments in the EU, Hong Kong & Australia relating to mandatory data breach notification laws.
Red Tape - King & Wood Mallesons’ quarterly review of global regulatory developments
The introduction of the First Conduct Rule in Hong Kong’s Competition Ordinance will require companies to put their affairs in order so as not to fall foul of...
The China-Australia Free Trade Agreement, announced on 17 November 2014, grants Australian businesses unprecedented access to the fastest growing market in the world.
Australia’s competition policy framework and laws are currently undergoing a wide-ranging review, With a Draft Report laying out a sensible path going forward.
In a landmark judgment, on 12 July 2014 the European General Court (the Union’s first tier court) upheld the European Commission’s record €1.06b fine against Intel.
Despite borrowing the expression from the French, it is the British who have traditionally been laissez-faire when foreign companies have come shopping for British ones.
There is a renewed enthusiasm in the international community to develop effective and co-operative anticorruption enforcement methods.
The Shanghai Free Trade Zone (Shanghai FTZ) is currently the hottest topic for our China desk.
An update on why the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is important.
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