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Copyright rules across national boundaries are becoming increasingly relevant to businesses. Issues such as digital content portability, pirated content and copyright licensing models now appear high on legislative agendas around the world and businesses need to be nimble enough to operate in an environment in which the creative industries operate globally. This Guide draws together contributions from copyright experts in territories we have found are key to global businesses.
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Topics: Mergers and Acquisitions / Divestitures, TerraLex News,
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TerraLex is pleased to announce that Duncan Cotterill (www.duncancotterill.com) has become our new TerraLex Member for New Zealand.
Topics: TerraLex News,
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This Article emphasizes the problems associated with mobile devices in the context of data security and retrieval. Data and asset management are critical for proper litigation strategy and long-term cyber security. Through proper communication and overall corporate governance implementation, organizations can better protect themselves and their data. Courts have also emphasized the importance of incorporating these devices into litigation...
Topics: Cyberspace Law / E-Commerce / Internet Law,
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"What can be done to improve and clarify the complicated unjustified threats regime at UK level? Georgia Davis, Legal Director in IP & Technology at RPC, comments on the Law Commission Final Report on unjustified threats entitled "Patents, Trade Marks and Designs: Unjustified Threats [2015]."
Topics: Intellectual Property,
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The UK Supreme Court has recently issued helpful guidance on the legal principle, common to both English and Scots law, as regards contractual terms that constitute unenforceable ‘penalties’. Parties should draft with care provisions intended to take force in a breach of contract scenario to ensure that they are not rendered unenforceable under this principle.
Topics: Contracts / Agency, Commercial Transactions and Finance / Consumer Transactions,
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The U.S. business law firm Stoel Rives LLP today announced that James E. Torgerson, a partner in the firm’s Anchorage office, has been appointed firm-wide managing partner (FMP), making him the first Alaska-based managing partner of a major law firm in U.S. history.
Topics: TerraLex Members,
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This article considers the practical, legal and regulatory issues which arise when advising clients in relation to data security breaches in the UK. It also explains RPC's "ReSecure" breach response service, which provides a "one-stop shop" data breach response methodology in the UK and a growing number of worldwide jurisdictions in partnership with members of the TerraLex network.
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This Article provides a link to a podcast that contains 10 questions board members need to ask management before a data breach occurs. The Article also details 10 activity channels of response activity for an organization that has suffered a data breach. These activity channels are not linear and must be pursued in parallel. The Article concludes by summarizing what will be needed in each of the activity channels for its anticipated breach scenario...
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Topics: Cyberspace Law / E-Commerce / Internet Law,
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Know-how or trade secrets are often of key importance for a client’s business activities. However, the practical measures that a real life business entity takes to protect its trade secrets against cyber crimes and other threats may not always match the importance of the relevant trade secrets. This diagnosis was found to apply in the European countries from which we report, namely Germany, France and Poland, and the diagnosis may apply elsewhere, too.
Topics: Cyberspace Law / E-Commerce / Internet Law,
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Cybersecurity and data protection have rapidly become significant concerns for organizations. In Canada, the specific obligations and corresponding legal risks are governed by a complicated regime involving multiple statutes, evolving case law, and industry-specific regulatory guidelines. While some areas of the law are settled and clear, other areas are still rapidly developing...
Topics: Cyberspace Law / E-Commerce / Internet Law,
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