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The EU Digital Market Strategy – A Mid-Term Review

The EU has published a review of its vaunted Digital Single Market strategy, mid-way through the current five-year term of the European Commission. “On track, with room for improvement” summarises the official...more

Keeping the Facuet Open: The Implications of Brexit for European Public Procurement

The implications of Britain’s decision in June 2016 to leave the EU are gradually becoming clearer. In the area of government procurement, a paper by the European Parliament has highlighted the various models available to UK...more

UK Supreme Court to Contractors: Are You Serious?

The UK Supreme Court has ruled that the damages remedy available to aggrieved government contractors under the EU procurement regime is only available if an authority breach is sufficiently serious. The decision will add an...more

New UK Reporting Requirements On Payment Practices For Large Businesses

Under new rules that came into effect in the UK on 6 April 2017, certain large companies and large limited liability partnerships (LLPs) will be required to regularly publish public reports on their payment practices and...more

Our Top Ten Tips On Following The Brexit Process

Nine months after the UK voted to leave the EU, the formal exit process has finally started. Within two years, the UK will be out of the EU either on agreed terms or cast adrift with no deal. The negotiating rhetoric...more

Brexit: The UK Supreme Court Confirms that Only Parliament Has the Power to Trigger Article 50

The Supreme Court has spoken - .. On 24 January 2017, the Supreme Court, the UK’s highest court, ruled that Parliament must be consulted before Article 50 is triggered. Article 50 is the provision of the Treaty of the...more

Consortium Bidding in European Government Contracts

Consortium bids are relatively common in the European government contract sector. But, under European law, what happens in a situation where a company which is part of a bidding consortium drops out during the procurement...more

MoFo IP Newsletter - November 2016

FDA (Finally!) Issues New Regulations to Clarify Pharmaceutical Patent Litigation: How to Use Patent “Use Codes” - October 6, 2016, the FDA issued a final rule implementing certain provisions of the Medicare...more

MoFo Brexit Briefing: U.S. Election Special Report

The election of a new president of the United States is always an event of major world significance. As with every new president, the election of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States is of importance to...more

UK Digital Economy Bill

The UK government has published its Digital Economy Bill, intended to lead to a new Digital Economy Act. Although this is not the first time that the UK has produced legislation on the Digital Economy, the timing of the...more

Ten Key Legal Issues to Consider When Moving Stateside

Stateside - Even before the uncertainties following the Brexit referendum result, a move to the U.S. was an attractive proposition for high growth UK businesses. Common language, similar culture, access to capital and a...more

Cloud Computing: A move towards harmonization, or continuation of a tiered service provision?

Regulators in Europe have continued to publish guidance notes designed to encourage the take-up of cloud computing services. As we report in this Alert, the views of the UK financial services regulator on the risks and...more

Brexit: The UK Clarifies Its Position On Intellectual Property

The process of Brexit will take time, and the implications for our clients’ business will unfold over time. Our MoFo Brexit Task Force is coordinating across all our offices and working with clients on your key concerns and...more

The Digital Single Market Strategy: One Year On

In May 2015, the European Commission announced its Digital Single Market Strategy to accelerate the creation of a digital single market (DSM) across the EU. The EU’s aim is to broaden access to e-commerce, media and...more

MoFo Brexit Briefing

In a referendum held on 23 June 2016, the United Kingdom voted by a narrow majority to leave the European Union (“Brexit”). For the time being, the UK remains a member of the EU, and all existing EU-derived laws and...more

6/28/2016  /  EU , Member State , Referendums , UK , UK Brexit

Socially Aware: The Social Media Law Update Volume 7, Issue 2

Welcome to the newest issue of Socially Aware, our Burton Award winning guide to the law and business of social media. In this edition, we offer tips for a successful—and legal—advertising campaign; we examine a New York...more

Undead as a Service: Tips to Help Ensure Your IT Agreements Can Withstand a Zombie Apocalypse

Do the undead read the small print? In our experience, zombies are typically more concerned with fresh brains than with forum selection, but Amazon Web Services (AWS) has helpfully updated its AWS Service Terms for anyone who...more

Harmonizing B2C Online Sales of Goods and Digital Content in Europe

The European Commission has announced new draft laws that would give consumers new remedies where digital content supplied online is defective or not as described by the seller....more

Cloud Computing in the Financial Services Sector – the UK FCA Gets On-Message

It’s been a long wait but the UK’s financial services regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has published proposed guidance for UK-regulated financial services firms when using cloud computing solutions to...more

MoFo Global Procurement Quarterly: Spring 2015

In This Issue: - Right to Modify? - International Brands May Trigger Cross-Border Interest in EU Tenders - Q&A with James Koukios - GSA Data Reporting - International IT Companies Face Continuing...more

The EU’s Digital Single Market Announcement – Regaining Europe’s Digital Sovereignty?

On 6 May 2015, the European Commission announced its plans to accelerate the creation of a digital single market across the EU. The new EU strategy will have a significant impact on sectors such as e-commerce, media and...more

Copyright: Europe Explores Its Boundaries - EU Expands Principle of Pan-European Jurisdiction over Copyright to Online Materials

One focus of the European Union’s Digital Agenda is to break down barriers to cross-border exploitation of intellectual property rights. Consistent with this goal, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has recently dismantled...more

IP Newsletter - April 2015

In This Issue: - Federal Circuit Affirms PTO in First Appeal of an Inter Partes Review Decision - EU Copyright: No Resale of Digital Content Except for Software? - Qualcomm Agrees to $975 Million Fine and...more

MoFo Global Procurement Quarterly: Winter 2015

In This Issue: - Protection of Security Relevant Information vs. Enhancement of Global Competition – Germany's "No Spy Decree" for Public Tenders under Continuous Scrutiny - RWIND Tenderer Test: Objective or...more

Socially Aware - Volume 6, Issue 1 - January/February 2015

In This Issue: - Good Rep: Social Media Assets in M&A Transactions - Narrow Vision: Did Anti-Glass Hysteria Contribute to the Demise of Google Glass? - Forced to Cyber-Spy: Court Rules Parents Can Be Held...more

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