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Software licensing disputes are on the increase, a trend driven by customers implementing new technologies without examining how this affects pre-existing agreements.
The ACCC's Final Report in the Digital Platforms Inquiry recommends that digital platforms with more than one million monthly active users in Australia should implement an industry code of conduct to govern the handling ...
Victoria Hobbs and Theo-Rees Bidder explore the UK Government's changes to a consumer's online dispute resolution rights in light of Brexit.
Much of the recent commentary has focused on whether COVID-19 is a force majeure event which would entitle one party to suspend performance or cancel an existing contract but in this briefing we take a holistic approach ...
Our UK disputes team is delighted to send you the latest edition of our Dispute Resolution Update featuring a selection of our articles on topical issues and recent legal developments.
The Court of Justice provided guidance for the antitrust assessment of agreements between competitors in the pharmaceutical sector. The Court's judgment is relevant because it addresses fundamental issues that have been ...
International law firm Bird & Bird today boosts its Dispute Resolution practice with the appointment of Lucas Pitts as a partner in Dubai.
On 2 June, the Commission launched a public consultation on its forthcoming Digital Services Act plus a New Competition Tool and is requesting feedback on roadmaps including one on ex ante regulatory instruments for ...
Examining the effectiveness of your boiler plate clauses is probably the last thing on your 'let's get ready for Brexit' to do list, but spending time thinking about these aspects of your commercial arrangements could ...
Bird & Bird are pleased to announce the promotion of three partners, as well as eight Senior Counsel/Counsel/Legal Directors from across our global offices.