By Jim Halpert
Privacy has become an issue that 21st century business leaders and GCs cannot ignore or leave to the engineers. In the information age, personal data is a key asset for many businesses and a centerpiece of business opportunities.
By Craig P. Opperman
In mid-April, the media was full of reports about AOL's US$1.056 billion patent sale to Microsoft. The following week brought news that Microsoft had flipped 650 of those properties to Facebook. Next came news that Intel spent...
The European Union's E-Privacy Directive has been in effect since May, and many jurisdictions across the EU are already tackling its implementation. Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, The Netherlands and Spain have all taken action regarding...
By Paul McCormack What's new? Since our publication in March 2012, there has a been a number of updates in relation to the following jurisdictions:
The Netherlands, and
By Lee A. Alexander, Stefan M. Krantz and Zachary S. Launer
Recent developments in horizontal drilling techniques have propelled natural gas production from shale formations to the forefront of domestic oil and gas production today. This rapid expansion...
In a much-anticipated decision,
the Supreme Court in FTC v. Actavis held 5-3 that reverse-payment
settlements of Hatch-Waxman Act litigation are neither immune from antitrust
liability nor presumptively unlawful, but rather must be analyzed under the...
By John Goulios , Biswajit Chatterjee , Daniel Sharma, LL.M. , and Joywin Mathew
The winter session of the India parliament concluded on December 20,2013. Against the backdrop of the slowing growth rate and demands from the investment community...