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Consultation on Remote Hearings
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, November 2021

  The issue of online court hearings, and many other types of dispute resolution processes, has been a hot topic over the last few months as restrictions have eased and court users try to figure out what the new normal is, or should be. The Scottish Civil Justice Council has just closed a consultation that seeks views on proposed new rules covering the most appropriate mode of attendance at civil court hearings in the Court of Session and in the Sheriff Courts in Scotland...

Insurance Tips For Mitigating DOJ Cyber Initiative Risks, Law360
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, November 2021

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Employer Best Practices For Biometrics Compliance: Part 2, Law360 Expert Analysis
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, November 2021

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Limitation of Liability for Wreck Removal Expenses
Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS, November 2021

The Norwegian government, as owners of the frigate, has held the owners of the tanker liable for the collision and presented a claim of some NOK 13 billion for the loss of the frigate and an additional NOK 770 million for costs related to removing the wreck. Liability is disputed and is due to be adjudged next year. Simonsen Vogt Wiig acts for the owners of the Sola TS...

Norwegian Court of Appeal rules on the MV «Cheshire» litigation
Simonsen Vogt Wiig AS, November 2021

The dispute relates to MV «Cheshire» incident in 2017, where a cargo of 42,000 metric tons of fertiliser was subject to a major decomposition incident off Gran Canaria, during a voyage from Norway to Thailand. The fertiliser was completely damaged and the vessel was declared a total loss. The cargo owners held the ship owners jointly liable for the cargo damage. Bibby Transport Ltd and a number of H&M insurers held the fertiliser producer liable for the damaged vessel...

Employer Best Practices For Biometrics Compliance: Part 1, Law360 Expert Analysis
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, November 2021

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Entrepreneurs and Intellectual Property: Avoid These 13 Mistakes to Protect Yourself (Part 3 of 3)
Lavery Lawyers, November 2021

In the third and final entry of this three-part article series, we share with you the last set of intellectual property (IP)?related mistakes (mistakes #10 to #13) that we regularly see with startups. We hope you will find it useful for your business. Please be sure to read our first and second entries in this series, where we go over mistakes #1 to #5 and #6 to #9, respectively...

Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Delivers Optimism for Transportation Industry
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, November 2021

Those of you working in the transportation, ports, and maritime industry have a lot to look forward to as America’s roads, railways, ports, and other transportation infrastructure are expected to see improvements now that Congress passed the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, H.R. 3684...

Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Delivers Optimism for Transportation Industry
Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt, November 2021

Those of you working in the transportation, ports, and maritime industry have a lot to look forward to as America’s roads, railways, ports, and other transportation infrastructure are expected to see improvements now that Congress passed the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, H.R. 3684...

Philippines: BIR Directs Monitoring and Verification of Tax Compliance of Online Merchants, Social Media Influencers and Other Businesses Operating Through Digital or Online Platforms
DFDL, November 2021

On October 29, 2021, the Bureau of Internal Revenue (“BIR”) issued Revenue Memorandum Order No...

Philippines: Clarification on the Definition of Digital Bank
DFDL, November 2021

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (“BSP”) in Memorandum No. M-2021-053 dated 13 October 2021 clarified the definition of “digital banks”. A digital bank refers to a bank which offers financial products and services that are processed end-to-end through a digital platform and/or electronic channels with no physical branch/sub-branch or branch-lite unit offering the same...

Flexible working: the good, the bad and the ugly
Shoosmiths LLP, November 2021

As we begin to move beyond the pandemic, flexible work looks set to remain the norm. We consider how employers can successfully navigate long-term hybrid working models and ensure that they minimise any associated disadvantages. We recently commented in a previous post on the detrimental effect that a ‘day one’ right to flexible work could have - in particular, highlighting the potential impact on junior employees...

Supreme Court gives landmark judgment in Lloyd v Google data breach litigation
Shoosmiths LLP, November 2021

In Lloyd v Google, the Supreme Court denied claims for mere 'loss of control' and ruled against mass class actions for data claims. Here, Philip Tansley and Matthew MacLachlan consider the court's reasoning and the broader implications for such claims. Case In its landmark judgment today, the Supreme Court unanimously held that a representative class action brought on behalf of approximately 4...

Managing Speculative Claims Following a Data Breach
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP, November 2021

Increased public awareness of data protection regulations has sparked a rise in claims for damages associated with distress caused by data breaches. Many claims are made in response to serious breaches that have caused financial loss or significant distress, however organisations are increasingly receiving significant financial claims for relatively minor breaches...

A Guide to Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Regulation 2022 (GLI chapters): Bermuda, Cayman Islands and Jersey
Carey Olsen, November 2021

The Carey Olsen chapters provide analysis and commentary on blockchain and cryptocurrency regulation in Bermuda, the Cayman Islands and Jersey...

Avoiding the Pitfalls of Solely Automated Decisions in the Workplace
Shoosmiths LLP, November 2021

Technological advancements coupled with a desire to reduce inefficiencies in the workplace, has led to an increase in the use of artificial intelligence (AI) by employers, typically in recruitment and performance management. Data protection considerations However, employers need to be aware of their data protection obligations and great care is needed when contemplating the use of AI processes to make decisions without human involvement...

Chile Presents its First National Artificial Intelligence Policy
Carey, November 2021

On October 27, the Ministry of Science presented what will be the first National Artificial Intelligence Policy containing the strategic guidelines to be followed by the country over the next 10 years with the aim of empowering people in the use and development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools and participating in the debate on their legal, ethical, social, and economic consequences...

Outsourcing: USA, Chambers Global Practice Guide
Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP, November 2021

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Financial Services Authority (OJK) Regulates Digital Banks
Makarim & Taira S., November 2021

On 30 July 2021, the Financial Services Authority (“OJK”) has issued OJK Regulation No. 12/POJK.03/2021 on Commercial Banks (“POJK 12/2021”). POJK 12/2021 was issued to anticipate, amongst other things, a business development and banking trend including the development and innovation of information technology. One of the interesting topics of POJK 12/2021 is the introduction of provisions on digital banks...

A Business Commitment to Reach Net Zero
Shoosmiths LLP, November 2021

With the COP26 climate summit taking place in Glasgow this week, we thought it would be timely to look at the practical challenges facing businesses wishing to reduce their emissions and become sustainable in alignment with the government’s net zero strategy. Setting targets is crucial for companies with complexity across sectors, technologies and business structures...

LAW FIRMS AS TARGETS FOR HACKERS - RISKS AND THE WAY FORWARD
AELEX, November 2021

With the recent growth in technology, the storage of information online has become a common phenomenon. Though this method of storing information has proven to be very effective, the challenge of cyber breaches and data theft has also been on the rise. Interestingly, law firms have also become targets of cyber criminals that perpetrate these infractions...

Drones Regulatory Framework in Bangladesh – Top 5 Key Q&As
DFDL, November 2021

The use of drones in the world is increasing very rapidly and plays an important role in optimizing processes across a various range of industries: agriculture, delivery services, infrastructure, mapping, military and so on. These machines are very efficient, effective, and safe tools for quality, safety and savings...

FATF releases updated virtual asset and virtual asset service provider guidance
MinterEllisonRuddWatts, October 2021

On 28 October, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) issued an update for its 2019 Guidance for a Risk-Based Approach to Virtual Assets (VAs) and Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs) (Updated Guidance) in relation to anti-money laundering and countering financing of terrorism (AML/CFT). This followed the FATF’s Second 12-Month Review of the Revised FATF Standards on Virtual Assets and Virtual Asset Service Providers (Virtual Assets Review) released earlier this year...

Cloud Services to be Licensable from 2022
Shearn Delamore & Co., October 2021

Dear valued clients, colleagues and friends,The increased reliance on cloud computing has recently seen regulatory responses from the authorities. The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission on 15 October 2021 released an Advisory Notice on the upcoming licensing of cloud service providers from 1 January 2022, to address the regulatory loopholes brought about by the rise of cloud services and particularly the integrity of data stored on cloud...

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data (“PCPD”) Publishes FAQ on “Understanding the European Commission’s New Standard Contractual Clauses for Transfer of Personal Data from EU to Non-EU Regions”
Deacons, October 2021

The European Commission adopted a new set of Standard Contractual Clauses (“New SCCs”), effective 27 June 2021, for the transfer of personal data to non-EU regions. From 27 September 2021 onwards, data exporters and data importers can only conclude contracts which incorporate the New SCCs for the transfer of personal data out of the European Union...

 

 

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