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Magdalena Krawczyk

Changes to rules for charging e-vehicles

Energy & Natural Resources - Poland
Kubas Kos Gałkowski

The Ministry of Climate and Environment has published a draft amendment to the Act of 11 January 2018 on Electromobility and Alternative Fuels and certain other acts which proposes new regulations on the charging of e-cars.

Hsiu-Ru Chien

How to determine whether patent infringement is intentional or results from negligence

Intellectual Property - Taiwan
Lee and Li Attorneys at Law

The Intellectual Property Court (IPC) recently rendered a civil judgment which clearly indicates how to determine whether patent infringement is intentional or whether it results from negligence.

Oliver Passmore

Royal Court blesses momentous decision of representative of minor and unborn beneficiaries

Litigation - Jersey
Ogier

The Royal Court recently considered for the first time the blessing of a momentous decision of a court-appointed representative of minor and unborn beneficiaries of a trust to enter into a settlement agreement in respect of claims against the trust.

Aron C Beezley

LPTA procurements greatly restricted under new FAR rule

Projects, Construction & Infrastructure - USA
Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP

The Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Council recently issued its long-awaited final rule limiting the ability of civilian agencies to use the lowest price technically acceptable (LPTA) procurement method.

Arthur Shay

NCC invites public comments on amendment to Cable TV Act

Tech, Data, Telecoms & Media - Taiwan
Shay & Partners

Following its unsuccessful attempt in 2020 to introduce mandatory binding arbitration into the Cable TV Act, the National Communications Commission (NCC) has proposed an alternative dispute resolution scheme for entertainment licensing between channel operators and cable system operators.

Alain Levy

Private M&A deals: the price is not everything! Supreme Court orders a transfer of shares despite a dispute over the price

Corporate Finance/M&A - France
AYACHE

In a recent case, following the majority shareholder's exercise of a call option, a minority shareholder refused to transfer their shares and argued that such transfer could not be enforced by the court as the transfer price of the shares had not been agreed and had to be determined by an expert.

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