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The Court of Justice of the European Union has clarified the scope of what constitutes an “accident” giving rise to liability under article 17(1) Montreal Convention 1999. An airline will be liable for harm caused to a ...
Switzerland used to be one of the places where banks were open to the crypto business, but as two major players in the emerging sector shut their doors, the start-ups might need to look someplace else.
After the Administrative Appeals Tribunal of Australia (AATA) decision in AbbVie Biotechnology Ltd v Commissioner of Patents  AATA 682, patentees were hopeful of wider grants of patent term extensions (PTEs) in ...
The global mining sector is feeling the impact as COVID-19 begins
to cause huge global disruption to supply chains. The mining sector
is heavily reliant on global supply chains for machinery, equipment
and components ...
In its judgment of 10 September 2015 , the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) has rendered a decision on a request for a preliminary ruling relating to the obligations under the REACH Regulation for articles containing ...
On 15 September 2015, the General Court delivered its judgment in Case T-472/12, Novartis Europharm v European Commission (supported by Teva). Novartis was challenging a marketing authorisation (MA) granted to Teva ...
This update discusses the most recent development in this saga: the decision of the Court of Appeal of Aix-en-Provence (delivered on 2 July 2015) and its implications.
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In the fall of next year, the long anticipated EU Foreign Direct Investment Screening Regulation will apply. The regulation is likely to have a significant impact on FDI within the EU – both within Member States that ...