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Sea Change in Nazi-looted Art Claims? The HEAR Act is Put Into Action

by Sullivan & Worcester on

Two pending cases have invoked the new law - A recent article in the New York Times highlights the change that the recent passage of the Holocaust Expropriated Art Recovery (HEAR) Act of 2016 has had on disputes about...more

HEAR Act Introduced by Sen. Ted Cruz to Create Federal Standard for Holocaust Art Claims

by Sullivan & Worcester on

Among the many challenges that litigants over Nazi-looted art face in the United States is a lack of uniformity. Statutes of limitations vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, and interpretations of jurisdictional laws like...more

Lithuania: incompatible laws notified to the European Commission – what next?

by DLA Piper on

The Republic of Lithuania has notified proposed amendments to its Gambling Law to the European Commission, which limit licences to those entities established in Lithuania. The Government claims that the current law does...more

Germany: CJEU postpones showdown on German gambling regulations

by DLA Piper on

In a decision that has long been awaited by the industry and the legislator alike, the European Court of Justice ruled today, 12 June 2014, on the question to what extent two conflicting regulatory frameworks within one...more

COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF...

by Ian Imrich on

COMMUNICATION FROM THE COMMISSION TO THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT, THE COUNCIL, THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE AND THE COMMITTEE OF THE REGIONS. The attached communication -- "Towards a comprehensive European framework for...more

A vueltas con el Caso del Tribunal Aribitral du Sport, sobre Alberto Contador

by María Luján López on

Articulo publicado por primera vez en el portal de la Fundación Globalon, de Alicante, anticipando el futuro del Caso sobre Alberto Contador, luego de la sentencia del Tribunal Arbitral du Sport, que despertó la atención de...more

ONLINE GAMBLING ROMANIA: GamblingCompliance interview with Bogdan Mararu -"Romanian Lottery Looks For Lion’s Share Of Online Play"

by Bogdan Mararu on

In this article written by Daniel Macadam, GabmlingCompliance(R) journalist, Mararu & Mararu partner Bogdan Mararu is interviewed on the draft of the secondary legislation regulating online gambling in Romania, namely the...more

ONLINE GAMBLING ROMANIA: GamblingCompliance interview with Bogdan Mararu - "Romania Backs Updated Internet Gambling Bill"

by Bogdan Mararu on

In this article written by Daniel Macadam, GabmlingCompliance(R) journalist, Mararu & Mararu partner Bogdan Mararu is interviewed on the draft of the primary legislation regulating online gambling in Romania notified to the...more

The Empire Strikes Back: Recent UK Decision Highlights Uncertainties in Protecting and Enforcing IP Rights Abroad

by Ryan Siney on

A recent UK decision highlights the difficulties in protecting and enforcing intellectual property rights outside the United States....more

ONLINE GAMBLING ROMANIA: GamblingCompliance interview with Bogdan Mararu - "Online Reforms at Stake as Romania Weighs EU Concerns"

by Bogdan Mararu on

In this article written by Daniel Macadam, GabmlingCompliance(R) journalist, Mararu & Mararu partner Bogdan Mararu is interviewed on the draft of the primary legislation regulating online gambling in Romania notified to the...more

Bakalar v Vavra - Second Circuit September 2, 2010

Nazi Art Looting - Jewish Property Declaration Law of April 26 1938

by Raymond Dowd on

Bakalar v. Vavra was the first Holocaust-Era art case ever tried in a US federal court. The Second Circuit determined that New York, rather than Swiss law, should apply to a case where Fritz Grunbaum, a prisoner who was...more

Newsletter of the Advertising, Marketing & Media Practice Group of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

IN THIS ISSUE: *France Approves Pulling Plug on Online Pirates *Google to Permit Trademark Terms in Search Ads *California Courts Shut Out Spam Suits *American Apparel to Pay Woody Allen $5 Million Over Ad Spat...more

Impact of WTO / GATS on UIGEA Analyses

by Ian Imrich on

Impact of WTO / GATS on UIGEA Gaming Law Analyses. Note on State Gaming Laws and Extraterritorial reach of state law outside state borders. Poker, Casino, Gaming, International, Constitutional Law....more

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