An Australian man's case against Google for defamation is moving forward in Melbourne. The case deals with Google's search algorithm and results associate with the man's name.
This Top Ten outlines ten steps to fight against online defamation and restore your or your company's reputation after you or your company have been the victim of online anonymous defamation (US focus).
Pharmaceutical companies, who know most about the medicines on the market, are severely restricted in what information they can provide to patients. This has led to many, including the European Commission, believing it is necessary to improve the quality of information available to patients, and to allow companies to be a part of that process. Read on to learn more about the regulatory environment of pharmaceutical advertising.
This guide provides corporate counsel and international practitioners with a comprehensive worldwide legal analysis of public procurement laws and regulations.
This article utilizes the recent use of legislation by press release to implement the Buyer’s Stamp Duty in Hong Kong as a case study to critically examine the legality and normative considerations of this increasingly common but under-theorized practice.
GTDT: Market Intelligence provides a unique perspective on evolving legal and regulatory landscapes in major jurisdictions around the world. Through engaging, easily comparable interviews, the series provides the legal profession's thought leaders with a platform for sharing their views on current market conditions and developments in the law.
Telecoms, Media & Internet covers common issues in telecoms, media and internet laws and regulations – including radio spectrum, cyber-security, interception, encryption and data retention, distribution of audio-visual media and internet infrastructure – in 28 jurisdictions.
This sample shows brewers what to use and the guidelines to follow when purchasing or placing advertising in magazines, television, radio, newspapers or digital media.
The participants will go through a mock crisis management exercise. This session will explore the complementary roles of legal, communications and PR, and business continuity management, presenting best practices in crisis management planning, stakeholder management, and proactive communications management.
Covering policy and licensing, regulation of services, competition and mergers, Telecoms and Media summarises the main issues related to T&M regulation and policy in a global context: government policy, WTO Basic Telecommunications Agreement commitments, fixed, mobile and satellite services, radio frequency requirements, next-generation mobile services, authorisation timescales and fees, modification and assignment of licences, radio spectrum assignment, cable networks, local loop access, internet regulation, broadband penetration, interconnection and inter-operator disputes, charges and tariffs, customer terms and conditions, media licensing, content and advertising restrictions, exclusivity and ownership restrictions, unsolicited and intercepted communications and competition and merger control.