- Blog: MMM Tech Law & Business ReportMMM Partner Jason Cummings moderates TER Roundtable – Dealmaking Secrets for Tech EntrepreneursPosted on July 21, 2017 by AdminMMM Partner Jason Cummings moderated the panel of leading advisors and investors from national VC, Private Equity and Growth Equity funds. Topics covered included: • Key negotiating pointers – strategies and tactics for getting a fair (and good) deal • Practical pointers for closing a financing in record time on favorable terms for the entrepreneur […]
- Blog: Biologics BlogFirst U.S. Avastin and Herceptin BiosimilarsPosted on July 17, 2017 by On Thursday, July 13, 2017, FDA’s Oncological Drugs Advisory Committee (ODAC) unanimously recommended approval of biosimilars of two blockbuster cancer drugs. The first, Amgen and Allergan’s ABP-215, is a proposed biosimilar of Roche/Genentech’s Avastin (bevacizumab), a monoclonal antibody used in the treatment of a number of different cancers. The second, Mylan and Biocon’s MYL-1401O, is [...]
- Blog: Privacy and Information Security Law BlogInformation Security 101 with Lisa Sotto: Responding to a Data BreachPosted on July 13, 2017 by Hunton & Williams LLPIn the third segment of this three-part series, Lisa Sotto discusses with The Electronic Discovery Institute how to respond to a data breach. This blog post contains a link to the full video. … Continue Reading
- Blog: Western Canada Business LitigationOrders Without Borders: Supreme Court of Canada affirms ability of Courts to grant worldwide injunctive relief against non-parties”Posted on July 4, 2017 by <a href='http://www.lawsonlundell.com/team-Mark-Fancourt-Smith.html'>Mark Fancourt-Smith</a>Can a court bind something that knows no bounds? The Supreme Court of Canada did just that recently when it upheld a British Columbia Court of Appeal decision to grant an interlocutory worldwide injunction against Google, requiring it to de-index certain websites from its global search results, where such websites were being used to sell... Continue Reading
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- Blog: Minter Ellison Technology, Media and IP BlogPetya (or NotPetya): it's time to actPosted on June 28, 2017 by Just when Australian businesses thought they had escaped the worst of WannaCry, there's a new ransomware campaign hot on its heels and reportedly exploiting the same vulnerability. The malware responsible is widely thought to be a version of Petya which some industry specialists have termed "NotPetya". Whatever the name, this fresh ransomware campaign has already crippled Ukrainian government departments, banks, power distributors and transport networks before reportedly spreading to other high-profile victims such as a British advertising powerhouse, a French construction materials giant...