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As Federal courts throughout the country continue to grapple with issues of consent and revocation, the definitions of “expressed consent” and “called party” cause further issues for companies facing TCPA claims.
Topics: Administrative Law, Privacy / Use of Personal Information, Communications Law / Media Law,
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The Portuguese Government has set in motion a profound institutional port reform, including the revision of the rules applicable to terminal concession contracts.
Topics: Admiralty / Maritime Law,
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At first blush, Canadians, the Canadian court system, and the Supreme Court of Canada appear so similar to their American counter-parts. That is not entirely illusory: However the degree of similarity can result in small, but important, nuances or distinctions between the two systems being overlooked at one’s peril.
Topics: Litigation (Civil, Business and Commercial),
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After months of receiving “wait and see” advice from attorneys and other tax practitioners, retirement plan sponsors finally have formal guidance with respect to the Supreme Court’s landmark ruling in U.S. v. Windsor recognizing same-sex marriage for Federal law purposes.
Topics: Administrative Law, Employee Benefits / Retirement Schemes / Welfare Benefits, Employment / Labor Law,
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The “stream of commerce” theory of personal jurisdiction was first introduced by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1980, and treated in some detail by the Court in 1987. But “stream of commerce” jurisdiction proved to be a source of great confusion to trial courts that attempted to apply the Supreme Court’s rules in particular cases.
Topics: Global Trade & Business,
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On 1 April 2014 the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) and Competition Commission formally amalgamated their roles into a single new UK competition watchdog – the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).
Topics: Antitrust & Competition Law/Unfair Competition,
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As the Affordable Care Act’s employer mandate draws closer, it is essential for employers to understand how the law will cover them. This can be difficult for employers with independent contractors, because government agencies are strictly scrutinizing whether independent contractors are actually employees who could help bring the employer within the ACA’s coverage. Here are five practical ways such employers can help keep their contractors...
Topics: Employee Benefits / Retirement Schemes / Welfare Benefits, Employment / Labor Law,
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"Transfer Pricing is regulated as a kind of tax safeguard under the Turkish Corporate Income Tax Code for preventing the erosion of the profit that is subject to corporate income tax. The legal foundation of transfer pricing is established by considering the international taxation developments and OECD Guidelines as it includes provisions regarding the arm’s length principle and the methods used for the determination of arm’s length price”
Topics: Taxation,
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Determining what relevant, discoverable electronically stored information resides in the cloud; assessing whether it is, or should be, within the scope of your discovery plan; and executing a process for preserving, collecting, and producing it all require an understanding of the legal and practical issues impacting cloud storage.
Topics: Litigation (Civil, Business and Commercial), Communications Law / Media Law,
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Swiss banks participating in category 2 of the United States Department of Justice’s (DOJ) “Program for Non-Prosecution Agreements or Non-Target Letters for Swiss banks”, are facing several Swiss legal issues and find themselves between a rock (Swiss regulations) and a hard place (DOJ expectations)
Topics: Taxation, Criminal Law / White Collar Crime, Finance & Banking,
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