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Do hu­mans dream of elec­tron­ic ad­visors?
21 Oct 18
ACC 2018 An­nu­al Meet­ing
As­so­ci­ation of Cor­por­ate Coun­sel
In­sur­ance brokers’ neg­li­gence: the ap­proach to caus­a­tion
The court has provided use­ful cla­ri­fic­a­tion on the ap­proach to caus­a­tion in claims against in­sur­ance brokers, in par­tic­u­lar what a claimant has to prove in or­der to suc­ceed in es­tab­lish­ing wheth­er the neg­li­gence de­prived the claimant of an in­dem­nity from the.
Jean-Baptiste Thiénot
Are your li­censes UPC-proof
24 Oct 18
We­bin­ar: Mer­ger Con­trol and Com­pet­i­tion Law in M&A...
Re­vi­sion to areas of re­new­able en­ergy sources
Gen­er­al The Min­istry of En­ergy and Nat­ur­al Re­sources (“Min­istry”) and its Gen­er­al Dir­ect­or­ate for Re­new­able En­ergy im­ple­men­ted a unique pro­ced­ure for areas with sol­ar and wind en­ergy re­sources called the Reg­u­la­tion for Re­new­able En­ergy Re­source Areas (Yeni­le­ne­bi­lir.
CMS European Real Es­tate Deal Point Study 2018
12 Nov 18
Anti-Money laun­der­ing & vir­tu­al cur­ren­cies
Chin­a's courts pass con­tro­ver­sial rul­ings on open-source li­cen­cing
In a re­cent de­cision that could have leg­al im­plic­a­tions on the use of open-source soft­ware in China, the Beijing In­tel­lec­tu­al Prop­erty Court (BIPC) used a con­tro­ver­sial test to de­term­ine wheth­er soft­ware de­veloper YouZi in­fringed on copy­right or simply ex­ploited.