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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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Online platforms - travel agencies fined for cartel conduct

Phillip Girardet, EU, Competition & Regulatory partner, discusses how online platforms offer no special protection for possible cartel conduct following a recent CJEU decision.

23 May 2016
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The Market Abuse Regulation - are you ready?

On 3 July 2016, the Market Abuse Regulation will take effect in the UK and across Europe, repealing and replacing the existing Market Abuse Directive.

23 May 2016
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European Court of Justice rules on cartel damages claims and arbitration and jurisdiction clauses

The European Court of Justice rules on cartel damages claims and arbitration and jurisdiction clauses. This article updates you on the potential ramifications this could have.

13 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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Identifying the beneficial owners of foreign companies

Identifying the beneficial owners of foreign companies – UK real estate or public contracts

16 March 2016
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Brexit In Brief: Competition and Regulation

[Video] In this video insight, Philipp Girardet discusses the impact of Britain's voice being lost in the debate within Europe following a Brexit.

14 March 2016
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The Italian Competition Authority accepts Italian stock exchange commitments in abuse probe

The AGCM accepts commitments from Borsa Italiana to sell the business unit of its subsidiary which provides financial information services.

26 February 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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Claimants ask CAT to check out Tesco’s restrictive covenant via fast-track procedure

Owners of land burdened by restrictive covenant prohibiting the sale of grocery items ask CAT to award damages and declare the covenant unenforceable.

26 February 2016
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