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By Craig Whitney (Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz)
The "work made for hire" doctrine is a fundamental aspect of U.S. copyright law. It allows someone paying for the creation of a copyrightable work to own the copyright in that commissioned work.
By Alex Meloy (Lewis Silkin)
So, you wait months for the first ASA decision under the new gender stereotyping rules and then three come along all at once – two upheld, one not upheld.
By Justina Zhang (TransAsia Lawyers)
On July 1, Dali Foods Group, a well-known Chinese foods conglomerate listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, was fined CNY 36,730,400 (USD 5,340,817) by the Jiangsu Province market supervision administration ...
By Teresa Le Maitre (Antequera Parilli & Rodríguez)
On August 5, 2019, US President Donald J. Trump expanded existing US sanctions on Venezuela with a new Executive Order that prohibits US individuals or companies from engaging in transactions with the Government of Venezuela, ...
By Geraint Lloyd-Taylor (Lewis Silkin)
While it doubtless has good intentions, the ASA has seemingly let its keenness to enforce the new rules on harmful gender stereotypes override its common sense in this first batch of rulings.
By Irena Lišková (Randls)
Alza and Heureka have a common history in this regard.
By Angus Forsyth (Stevenson, Wong & Co.)
The production line being contaminated by the materials in question could also be a factor.
By Jeffrey A Greenbaum (Frankfurt Kurnit Klein Selz)
Twitter also said that its new policy change will apply globally, across its entire business.
By Denise Mirandah (mirandah asia (Singapore))
In Singapore, it is illegal to sell and supply products which contain undeclared potent medicinal ingredients.
By Angus Forsyth (Stevenson, Wong & Co.)
Advertising has as much power to challenge perceptions and conventions as to reinforce bias and stereotypes.
By Erik Ullberg (Wistrand)
In January 2019, the Swedish Consumer Ombudsman filed a lawsuit against one of the biggest Swedish female influencers "Kenza".
By Gary Kibel (Davis & Gilbert LLP), Oriyan Gitig (Davis & Gilbert LLP)
The European Union's (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) celebrated its one year anniversary a few weeks ago.
By Gary Kibel (Davis & Gilbert LLP), Richard Eisert (Davis & Gilbert ), Justin H. Lee (Davis & Gilbert LLP)
With approximately six months remaining before the California Consumer Privacy Act comes into effect, businesses that operate a website or an online service now have another privacy law that they need to consider.
By Jeffrey A Greenbaum (Frankfurt Kurnit Klein Selz)
Facebook just announced additional changes to its political advertising rules in order to "protect elections and prepare for the US 2020 election."
By Brinsley Dresden (Lewis Silkin)
Just when it appeared that the UK's political situation was beyond parody, The Economist have come along and proved that it is not, as illustrated by this image on their latest cover.
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