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Bird & Bird's international Tech & Comms and Data Protection specialists have been singled out for praise in an interview with Bill Dickelman, Executive Vice President at DXC Technologies.
Readers will remember the news of Christmas 2017. Judge Selna in the Central District of California determined the FRAND royalties that TCL should pay to Ericsson. The decision attracted comment because the rates were ...
Adopted in June 2018, California's new Consumer Privacy Protection Act (CCPA) came into effect on January 1, 2020. Now considered as a priority, the question arises as to how companies can succeed in complying with all ...
Wellness is a global industry worth over $4.5 trillion and represents a significant commercial opportunity for businesses in the travel sector. Our team takes a look at how travel brands are increasingly seeking to tap ...
The European Commission ("Commission") has published a preliminary list of products originating from the United States ("US") that could face additional customs duties when imported in the European Union ("EU").
Simon Phippard and Sandra Nicolle take a look at a recent passenger rights case and the questions it raises around extraordinary circumstances and how jurisdiction is determined.
The United States' ('US') Department of Commerce ('DOC') initiated a so-called "section 232" investigation on 23 May 2018 into the possible national security effects of imports of cars (including SUVs, Vans and Light ...
The online sports betting market hits the jackpot, as a recent Supreme Court ruling gives individual states the right to control legislation.
The US has just recently launched a national security review into the acquisition of US social media app, Musical.ly by the China-based owner ByteDance. ByteDance purchased the popular lip-syncing app for $1 billion ...