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Sascha Dethof

Federal Cartel Office provides guidance on Standards of Effective Compliance for first time

Competition & Antitrust - Germany
Fieldfisher LLP

The Federal Cartel Office recently published its Standards of Effective Compliance.

Olaf Hartenstein

CMR carrier's liability for wrong delivery of goods

Shipping & Transport - Germany
Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

The Koblenz Higher Regional Court recently decided on a case of wrongful delivery.

Samuel Yang

Comments sought on security requirements of facial recognition data

Tech, Data, Telecoms & Media - China
AnJie Law Firm

The National Information Security Standardisation Technical Committee recently released the Information Security Technology – Security Requirements of Face Recognition Data (Draft for Comment) for public comment.

Min Lee Tan

Court rules that management corporation may sue developer for latent defects in common property

Litigation - Malaysia
Gan Partnership

When the statutory duty to "properly maintain the common property and keep it in a state of good and serviceable repair" is passed to a management corporation, does the corporation have standing to sue the developer for any defects in the common property? A high court recently addressed this question in a decision which is a significant and welcoming legal development concerning strata and building management..

Mathew Newman

Applications for leave to serve out jurisdiction of Guernsey under Rule 9(b) of RCCR – role of Hague Convention

Private Client & Offshore Services - Guernsey
Ogier

The Royal Court has dismissed an interlocutory application to set aside an order granting an application for leave to serve proceedings on respondents who reside outside Guernsey.

Andrew Osborne

Updated COVID-19 absences policy enables more people to qualify for EU Settlement Scheme

Employment & Immigration - United Kingdom
Lewis Silkin

The Home Office has significantly expanded the policy to allow continuity of residence in the United Kingdom to be preserved in certain circumstances where an EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS) applicant has been absent from the United Kingdom due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Corporate and commercial: trends and issues

Corporate & Commercial / Cyprus, India, Italy, Romania

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Open banking – revolution or risk?

Banking & Financial Services / Nigeria

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Aviation industry trends

Aviation / Argentina, Bahamas, Brazil, France, Germany, Israel, Peru