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Television Broadcasts Limited v Communications Authority & Anor [2016] HKCU 222

On 29 January 2016, the Hong Kong Court of First Instance handed down its eagerly awaited judgment in a judicial review application brought by Television Broadcasts Limited (“TVB") against the Communications Authority (“CA”)...more

Implementation of the Damages Directive: The Changing Landscape of EU Competition Law

Somewhat overshadowed by media attention surrounding the repercussions of the Brexit vote and subsequent impact on the United Kingdom’s laws and economy, the landscape of Europe’s competition law regime is undergoing a...more

Global Government Solutions® 2016 Mid-Year Outlook

This newest edition of the Global Government Solutions® series highlights increased government involvement in global commerce and provides the latest regulatory information corporate leaders need to navigate the intersection...more

9 Ways Brexit May Affect UK Compliance Regulations

After the UK’s momentous vote to leave the European Union, the country faces two years of exit negotiations and the re-drawing of regulations. So what might Brexit mean for ethics and compliance in the UK?...more

Antitrust M&A Snapshot - July 2016

United States: January – June Update - The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and US Department of Justice (DOJ) have been actively challenging mergers and acquisitions in the first half of 2016. In some instances, the...more

Israel’s Anti-Concentration Law Presents Unique PE Opportunity

In December 2013, Israel introduced new legislation — the Law for the Promotion of Competition and Reduction of Concentration — designed to break the dominance of large corporations and strengthen competition in the country’s...more

Brexit Will Cause Deal Flow Reduction

Britain's historic vote to exit the European Union has sent shock waves throughout the global economy and will certainly have economic and political repercussions for years. How will the vote impact U.S. real...more

Regulatory scrutiny of online hotel booking continues

The 13 July 2016 saw the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announce that it had sent a questionnaire to a large sample of hotels throughout the UK. As part of a joint monitoring project with the European Commission,...more

FTC Battles Hospital Mergers: What to Watch for in this Summer’s High-Profile Appeals

In a town that is no stranger to landmark hospital merger cases, last month a Chicago federal judge denied the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) motion for a preliminary injunction to temporarily block a merger between...more

The Case for a Comprehensive 360° IP Strategy: Step 1 - Assessment

This article is the first entry in a multi-part series on the critical need for businesses to extract total value from their IP assets by developing and applying a comprehensive, consistent and efficient IP strategy. An...more

BDO’s 2016 Manufacturing Risk Factor Report

The 2016 BDO Manufacturing RiskFactor Report examines the risk factors in the most recent 10-K filings of the largest 100 publicly traded U.S. manufacturers across five sectors including fabricated metal, food processing,...more

CJEU Confirms EU Competition Law Does Not Prevent Royalties for Revoked Patent Licences

On 7 July 2016, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled that, provided that a licensee is free to terminate a licence agreement on reasonable notice, it can be obliged to pay royalties even after the patent...more

How will franchising be affected by Brexit?

Following the Brexit vote, the international franchise community needs to consider the implications of the exit of a major European economy, the United Kingdom, from the EU. Europe is an important market for many UK and US...more

Key legal Brexit issues for retailers

Uncertainty has dominated the reaction of the retail market to Brexit. Whilst most retailers are therefore adopting a "wait and see" approach, there is a general consensus that retailers that import heavily will be most...more

Competition/Antitrust Law and Brexit: Immediate Practical Points for Business

Brexit will impact competition (or antitrust) law in the UK. There will likely be material changes in procedural law in particular. Changes to substantive law will probably be less significant, at least for most companies,...more

ISONE External Market Monitor report 2015

A report by the New England electricity market's external monitor has found that "the markets performed competitively in 2015." ISO New England operates wholesale electricity markets covering most of New England. It...more

DOJ and FTC Encourage Competition Between Lawyers and Non-Lawyers in the Provision of Legal Services in Comments on North Carolina...

On June 10, 2016, the US Department of Justice (DOJ) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) jointly submitted a letter recommending that the North Carolina General Assembly limit the definition of the “practice of law” only...more

IMS Health Report “The Impact of Biosimilar Competition” is Released

Last week, IMS Health released a report entitled “The Impact of Biosimilar Competition”. The report is an update of an earlier May 2015 report that noted that biosimilar uptake could save European and American health systems...more

BRACING for BREXIT - after the shock, what now?

To the shock of corporate Britain the UK voted last week, by 52% to 48%, to leave the European Union. Within hours of the referendum result the British Prime Minister David Cameron announced that he would be standing down...more

Five IP Lessons for Small to Medium–sized Businesses

Intellectual property plays an increasingly significant role in the successful management of American and international businesses alike.  I’ve set out below a few of the most important questions that you as a small to...more

Nailing the Fundamentals: The Value of Rehearsing

While in NY recently, I found myself outside Carnegie Hall. Whenever I find myself there, I often think of the old joke attributed to Jack Benny that goes “How do I get to Carnegie Hall?” To which Jack replied “practice,...more

Procurement challenge to rail franchise tender process fails

This is a rare example of a judicial review challenge to the way in which a public body decided to set out minimum specifications in an invitation to tender. In R (on the application of London Borough of Enfield) v Secretary...more

BREXIT: The UK Has Chosen To Leave The EU. What Next?

On 23 June 2016, the UK held a referendum in which the British people voted for the UK to leave the European Union. But what does this mean in practical terms? Who will BREXIT affect? Any business or financial...more

Expanding Reach of Indonesian Antitrust Law

In June 2016, an Indonesian parliamentary working committee proposed amendments to Indonesia’s principal competition law, Law No. 5 of 1999 concerning Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices and Unfair Business Competition (the...more

Fair Competition Review System

On June 14, 2016, the State Council issued Opinions on Establishing the Fair Competition Review System in the Development of Market System (hereinafter “Opinions”), which finally uncovers the veil of this system....more

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