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The Indian defence market presents an attractive and significant opportunity for Indian and foreign companies across the supply chain for the investment in the defence sector. Ministry of Defence has unveiled the Defence Procurement Procedure 2016 in order to remove the bottlenecks in procurement procedure and simplify various aspects of defence procurement. The Defence Offset Policy is another major over haul and liberal policy as part of “Make in India” initiative that provided...
Topics: Distribution Agreements / Distributors / Sales Representatives, Contracts / Agency, Government Procurement / Government Contracting, Trade Law / Trade Regulation,
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"What's next for the creation of a Digital Single Market in the EU? Sarah Hill, a senior associate at RPC specialising in technology disputes, examines the public consultation by the European Commission on information and communications technology standards for creation of a Digital Single Market."
Topics: Information Technology / Computer Law,
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In order to promote investment into businesses, Securities Exchange Board of India and Reserve Bank of India have been striving to liberalize financing. While the SEBI has floated concept papers on crowdfunding and has introduced an institutional trading platform for startups and the small and medium-sized enterprises, Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has moved to improve the foreign investment prospects in Indian companies by issuing various circulars on this subject matter from time to time.
Topics: Commercial Transactions and Finance / Consumer Transactions, Business Organizations, Finance & Banking,
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Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell LLP is pleased to announce that former Vice Chancellor Donald F. Parsons, Jr. will be joining the firm as Senior Counsel in March 2016. Vice Chancellor Parsons retired from the Delaware Court of Chancery in October 2015.
Topics: TerraLex Members,
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This article addresses the cybersecurity risks created by government agencies’ requests for disclosure of trade secrets. Turning over trade secrets to a third party, whether private or public, increases the risk of theft or inadvertent disclosure. Well publicized deficiencies in the cybersecurity of many United States government agencies undercut the ability of these agencies to provide adequate protection for the trade secrets in their custody...
Topics: Privacy / Use of Personal Information,
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"Can the shape of a four fingered chocolate bar be validly registered as a shape mark? Paul Joseph, Partner in IP & Technology at RPC, comments on the guidance of the CJEU on shape marks following their opinion in Nestlé v Cadbury [Case C-215/14]."
Topics: Intellectual Property,
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The article is about a decision of the German Federal Supreme Court that further clarifies the claims of IP owners vis a vis banking institutions and other third parties involved in IP infringements without being the infringers themselves
Topics: Intellectual Property,
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The development of new technologies mainly focused on the IT has given rise to constitutional-oriented issues, as in the case of protection of personal data. Thus, compliance with the latest regulation on the foregoing matter has become a real challenge for those individuals and/or entities, whether public or private, that hold information about their employees, suppliers and clients. This article addresses the general scope of the regulation...
Topics: Privacy / Use of Personal Information,
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This article discusses whether Canada's need for a government-backed terrorism insurance scheme might be revisited in light of recent terrorist activity in Canada and elsewhere throughout the world.
Topics: Insurance,
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Operators and contractors in the oil and gas industry should become familiar with the indemnity provisions in their standard form contracts. Recent case law from Canada highlights the differences between how indemnity provisions in oil and gas contracts will be interpreted in Canada and the United States. Operators headquartered in jurisdictions with different approaches to the interpretation of indemnification clauses should...
Topics: Energy and Natural Resources Law,
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