In This Issue:

Main Article:

..Russia’s Recently Enacted Anti-Bribery Laws

Noted With Interest:

..Are Courtroom Technology Costs Reasonably Necessary To The Conduct Of Litigation In California Courts?

Practice Area Notes:

..Appellate Update

..Class Action Litigation Update

..International Arbitration Update

Victories:

..Asylum Granted in Time for the New Year

..Complete Dismissal For CIFG Against Fortis Bank Entity

..Summary Judgment Victory for Vimeo on Copyright Claims and Certification for Appeal on Two Important DMCA Issues

Excerpt from Russia’s Recently Enacted Anti-Bribery Laws -

In January 2013, the Russian government amended the anti-corruption reforms that were first put into place in December 2008. These measures represent unprecedented activity in Russia’s battle with corruption and achieve a high degree of parity with other prominent national anti-corruption laws. Further clarity and predictability will be provided through the course of enforcement, but it is apparent that the Russian government views corruption as a substantial economic impediment to the nation’s continued growth.

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Topics:  Anti-Bribery, Banks, CIFG Assurance North America, Class Action, Compliance, Copyright, Copyright Infringement, Dismissals, DMCA, Russia

Published In: Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Intellectual Property Updates, International Trade Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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