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Global Intellectual Property Newsletter –23rd Edition – Legal Issues Surrounding the Protection of 'Data' and other IP Topics
11 September 2019
We welcome you to the 23rd Edition of the Clifford Chance Global IP Newsletter. This newsletter has a focus on legal issues concerning the protection and use of 'Data'. We start with the question of whether there is a need for an ownership right to data...
26 August 2019
Debarment regimes exclude companies from public procurement opportunities following conviction for specified offences. We examine the global trend towards the strengthening of these regimes and how this is likely to affect companies in the Asia Pacific.
US Court Ruling Against Chinese Banks in Sanctions Case Reaffirms Government Subpoena Authority to Require Non-US Banks to Produce Documents and Information Held Overseas
24 July 2019
A recent US court ruling reinforces the well understood rule that non-US banks with branches or correspondent accounts in the US must comply with US government subpoenas regardless of their own country's laws. Under the US PATRIOT Act, non-compliance risks...
5 July 2019
As cyber attacks increase around the globe, regulators are responding with new cyber and data laws. New audit powers and mandatory reporting requirements are putting businesses in the spotlight, and a serious attack could mean significant reputational and financial...
Global Intellectual Property Newsletter – 22nd Edition – IP Topics in Consumer Goods and other IP Topics
6 June 2019
We welcome you to the 22nd Edition of the Clifford Chance Global IP Newsletter, in which we will focus on IP-related questions in connection with consumer goods. We start with an overview on the current topic of influencer marketing where our colleagues from the...
14 May 2019
Officials from the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) have been teasing for months that they would issue guidelines to help companies comply with US sanctions regulations. On 2 May 2019, OFAC made good and published the much-anticipated "A Framework...
2 April 2019
Welcome to the latest edition of our Guide to Anti-Corruption Legislation in Asia Pacific. Businesses need to ensure that they are compliant with applicable anti-corruption laws in each of the countries in which they operate as well as with applicable international...
21 March 2019
We welcome you to the 21st edition of our Global IP Newsletter in which we would like to shed once again some light on current topics in the world of Intellectual Property. With Brexit looming on 29 March 2019, this March edition will begin with a brief overview...
Navigating the Australian Banking and Financial Services regulatory landscape in the wake of the banking Royal Commission final report
1 March 2019
The final report brings Australia's highly retail-focused Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry to a close, with a series of recommendations which, in an election year, promise to reshape the regulatory...
26 February 2019
It appears the Trump administration has decided to embrace economic sanctions as a tactical foreign policy weapon, using the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) to maximize its leverage over foreign adversaries. In particular, OFAC is sanctioning major companies...