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Publicado Decreto Que Regulamenta A "Nova LINDB"
Foi publicado no dia 11 de junho, no Diário oficial da União ("DOU"), o Decreto nº 9.830 ("Decreto"), que regulamenta os arts
UK
9 Jul 2019
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Foreign Cyber Attackers To Face EU Sanctions
On May 17, 2019, the European Union ("EU") adopted new legislation for imposing sanctions on persons engaged in cyber-attacks on the EU or its member states ...
European Union
13 Jun 2019
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European Union
13 Dec 2018
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A New Era For The VAT Taxation Of E-Commerce Ahead: Simplification For Most, Discrimination For Non-EU-Based Traders
The digital economy is growing at a fast pace and policymakers around the globe are trying to adapt to (and adequately capture) new ways of doing trade.
European Union
7 Dec 2016
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Brexit: What Does It Mean For The Hospitality And Leisure Industry?
On 23 June 2016, UK voters decided to leave the EU.
UK
18 Oct 2016
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Using Open Source and Creative Commons Licences - CL-IPs #2
CL-IPs is an educational YouTube series made by the law firm Mayer Brown International. The goal of the series is to help online content producers understand legal issues in the field of intellectual property and technology.
UK
16 May 2016
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Employment Round-Up - November 2015
Our monthly review of key cases and new law affecting employers.
UK
30 Nov 2015
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Volume Up, Value Down: A Growing Trend In Sourcing
The second quarter of 2015 saw a record high in the number of sourcing deals, globally. But, while volumes are increasing and the market appears to be growing...
UK
9 Nov 2015
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Securing The Benefit Of Innovation In Outsourcing Arrangements
Innovation is a high-value topic now. In some sense, the customer in an outsourcing arrangement is always looking for innovation.
UK
9 Nov 2015
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Online Bookings: Competition Law Impacts Online Travel Agencies (OTAs)… A European Perspective
Online travel agencies which greatly helped maintain occupancy rates during the difficult years in the 1990s have been accused of exploiting their position of strength in a manner that contravenes the rules of fair competition.
European Union
19 Oct 2015
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Digital Single Market Strategy Launched
Today the European Commission issued a strategy paper on the Digital Single Market ("DSM") that includes 16 initiatives to be completed by the end of 2016.
European Union
11 May 2015
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Commission Announces Competition Inquiry Into The E-Commerce Sector
Margrethe Vestager, the EU Commissioner in charge of competition, announced yesterday the opening of an inquiry into the e-commerce sector.
European Union
8 May 2015
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When Is Web-Scraping Of A Database Unlawful?
The European Court has recently given its judgment in a case relating to meta search engines which trawl through databases of car advertisements.
European Union
9 Jan 2014
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The EU Response To The (Indirect) Taxation Of Digital Economy
The issue of how to tax the digital economy is at the forefront of policy initiatives around the world.
European Union
20 Dec 2013
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UK Court Blocks Stream Aggregator’s Domain
The latest in a line of cases in which English courts have ordered ISPs to block the domains of peer-to-peer websites showing pirated material has now applied the same principles to a hugely successful stream aggregator of sports content.
UK
26 Jul 2013
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Online Travel Agent And Hotel Operators – Agent Or Principal?
The UK Court of Appeal has given a significant judgment on the question of whether an online travel agent is acting as a principal or an agent in relation to liability for VAT on the provision of hotel accommodation.
UK
18 Jul 2013
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Rights In Data – Football Dataco Case Goes To UK Court Of Appeal
The long-running Football Dataco case, relating to rights in data and infringement on the internet, has now reached the UK Court of Appeal.
UK
19 Mar 2013
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CJEU Judgment On Jurisdiction For Football Dataco v Sportradar
Last week the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that where a website operator targets and then provides material infringing "sui generis" database rights to recipients based in an EU Member State over the internet, the act of infringement occurs at least in the EU Member State where those recipients are located.
European Union
29 Oct 2012
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OFT Writes To Top Online Retailers Urging Them To Change Their Website Terms And Conditions
The UK Office of Fair Trading (OFT) wrote to 62 of the top online retailers last week to point out that they need to change their website terms and conditions in order to avoid infringing consumer protection laws during the upcoming busy Christmas period.
UK
19 Oct 2012
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Update On The Online Travel Agency Battle
The impact of the emergence of online travel agencies on the traditional methods of distributing hotel rooms continues to evolve.
UK
10 Oct 2012
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