Crossing Borders - 10th edition

The Rise Of The Courts

Digital & Technology

Venturing further

The European venture capital funds regime (EuVECA) is a helpful initiative for venture capital fund managers, and proposed changes by the EU Commission to improve take up should...

14 October 2016
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EU-US Privacy Shield: an end to uncertainty?

The European Commission has formally adopted the EU-US Privacy Shield; however will this provide legal certainty for transatlantic data transfers?

19 July 2016

European Commission’s draft Geo-Blocking Regulation fails to clear the way

The European Commission’s proposed Geo-Blocking Regulation fails to address some of the key e-commerce concerns the Commission had previously identified.

21 June 2016
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No ‘online platform’ EU regulation (for now), but general e-commerce rules will apply

European Commission refrains from imposing regulations specifically targeting online platforms, for now. General EU e-commerce rules will however apply.

20 June 2016
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Red Tape | Data breach notifications

Recent cybersecurity regulatory developments in the EU, Hong Kong & Australia relating to mandatory data breach notification laws.

14 June 2016
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European Parliament publishes new General Data Protection Regulation – new law will become enforceable on 25 May 2018

The European Parliament and the European Council published the new General Data Protection Regulation in the Official Journal of the European Union.

09 May 2016
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European Commission findings on geo-blocking in EU e-commerce sector – implications for businesses

European Commission finds widespread geo-blocking practices in the EU e-commerce sector. We discuss the story so far and what businesses can expect.

21 April 2016
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The Digital Single Market Strategy – what comes next?

We consider EU legislative developments resulting from the Digital Single Market Strategy, and possible implications for businesses.

21 April 2016
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German court dismisses German press publishers’ legal action against Google

German Court holds that Google did not abuse its dominant position by requesting to show snippets and previews of publishers’ websites for free.

26 February 2016
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CAT to hear BT appeal against Ofcom pay-television decision in July 2016

The CAT will hear BT's appeal against the decision made by Ofcom to remove a regulatory obligation imposed on Sky to offer Sky Sports 1 and 2 to...

26 February 2016
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Which way to the Court of Appeal? Streetmap to appeal High Court decision in Google dominance case

Streetmap intends to appeal the High Court’s decision that Google’s exclusive use of thumbnails to its own maps content is not an abuse of dominance.

18 February 2016
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The new EU Trade Mark - Updated Guidance from OHIM

Getting ready for the new EU Trade Mark regime in force from 23 March 2016: actions that brand owners should be considering now.

17 February 2016
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