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Dr. Thomas Sonnenberg
August 2019
Avoid­ing ugly head­lines
Com­pli­ance in es­ports
11 Sep 19
EU Com­pet­i­tion Con­fer­ence 2019
19/08/2019
The ins and outs of Brexit – em­ploy­ment and tax as­pects
As the Brexit pro­cess ap­proaches its ex­ten­ded 31 Oc­to­ber 2019 dead­line, UK and EU com­pan­ies and their em­ploy­ees are fo­cus­ing on the key em­ploy­ment law and tax ques­tions that will shape busi­ness and the world of work in the post-Brexit land­scape.
19/08/2019
Will fans pay per view for ex­clus­ive es­ports con­tent?
30 Oct 19
Shar­ing is (S)caring
An­nu­al Tech­no­logy, Me­dia and Com­mu­nic­a­tions Con­fer­ence
07/08/2019
A step for­ward for In­ter­na­tion­al Me­di­ation: The Singa­pore Con­ven­tion...
The United Na­tions Con­ven­tion on In­ter­na­tion­al Set­tle­ment Agree­ments Res­ult­ing from Me­di­ation (known as the “Singa­pore Con­ven­tion”) is open today (7 Au­gust 2019) for sig­na­ture by United Na­tion states with 46 states, in­clud­ing the US and China, sign­ing on day.
19/08/2019
Big data ana­lyt­ics means big bucks for es­ports
07/08/2019
Singa­pore Con­ven­tion on Me­di­ation signed by 46 coun­tries at open­ing...
This art­icle is pro­duced by CMS Hol­born Asia, a Form­al Law Al­li­ance between CMS Singa­pore and Hol­born Law LLC. The United Na­tions Con­ven­tion on In­ter­na­tion­al Set­tle­ment Agree­ments Res­ult­ing from Me­di­ation, named the Singa­pore Con­ven­tion, of­fi­cially opened for.
16/08/2019
Not just a logo on a t-shirt - spon­sor­ing es­ports
02/08/2019
Con­sulta­tion on EC Com­mu­nic­a­tion on the pro­tec­tion of con­fid­en­tial...
Na­tion­al courts are in­creas­ingly deal­ing with com­pet­i­tion law pro­ceed­ings brought by con­sumers and com­pet­it­ors, so-called private en­force­ment pro­ceed­ings. Un­like com­pet­i­tion au­thor­it­ies, these private claimants do not have in­vest­ig­at­ive powers to ob­tain evid­ence.
15/08/2019
My league, my rules - my bad
31/07/2019
Us­ing so­cial plug-ins on your web­site? You and the so­cial net­work...
On 29 Ju­ly 2019, the Court of Justice of the EU (“CJEU”) con­firmed that a web­site own­er that has em­bed­ded a third-party so­cial plug-in, such as Face­book’s “Like” but­ton, in­to its web­site may be jointly re­spons­ible with that third party for the col­lec­tion and.