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Rachel V. See (Seyfarth Shaw LLP)
6 pages

This article discusses how President Biden's Executive Order on artificial intelligence and follow-up actions by federal agencies will impact federal risk-management practices, likely serving as a model for AI risk management by private-sector employers.

Rachel V. See, Annette Tyman, and Joseph R. Vele (Seyfarth Shaw LLP)
8 pages

This article discusses how President Biden's executive order on artificial intelligence impacts employers.

Global Legal Group
238 pages

In this multi-jurisdictional guide, explore an overview of key legal issues, rules and developments regarding class and group actions across 16 jurisdictions.

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Region: Austria, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Netherlands, New Zealand, Portugal, Scotland, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
Global Legal Group
153 pages

International Comparative Legal Guide - Cartels & Leniency 2024 covers common issues in cartels & leniency laws and regulations across 18 jurisdictions.

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Region: Argentina, Austria, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Singapore, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United States
Association of Corporate Counsel
2 pages

This article provide relevant information and practice tips to in-house counsel about President Biden's October 2023 executive order on artificial intelligence.

Global Legal Group
218 pages

This guide covers common issues in franchise laws and regulations across 20 jurisdictions, including competition law, real estate, and protecting the brand and other intellectual property.

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Region: Global, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, United Kingdom, France, Germany, India, South Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United States
Global Legal Group
602 pages

This guide covers numerous issues relating to regulation of digital assets across 33 jurisdictions, including government attitude & definition; sales regulation; taxation; money transmission laws and anti-money laundering requirements; promotion and testing; ownership and licensing requirements; and mining.

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Region: Global, Australia, Austria, Bermuda, Brazil, British Virgin Isles, Canada, Cayman Islands, Cyprus, France, Gibraltar, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States
Blank Rome LLP
233 pages

This ACC Guide, sponsored by Blank Rome LLP, provides in-house counsel with an overview of commercial insurance issues that may arise in the United States.

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Region: United States
Audience: Deputy GC, Mid-Career, New to In-House, CLO / GC, Legal Operations, Small Law Departments, Large Law Departments
Keith L. Halverstam, Jenna B. Cooper, Joel H. Trotter, Holly M. Bauer, Maj Vaseghi, & Colleen C. Smith
15 pages

By December 1, 2023, all companies listed on the NYSE or Nasdaq must adopt clawback policies that comply with listing standards mandated by the SEC (the SEC Clawback Rules). This requirement to adopt new compliant clawback policies applies to all US-listed companies, including listed foreign private issuers (FPIs). Latham & Watkins attorneys have prepared this FAQ to offer practical advice for listed companies implementing compliant policies.

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Audience: Mid-Career, New to In-House, Small Law Departments, Large Law Departments
Michaela Walker, Jonathan Master, Martin Sandler, Thomas Pritchard, Ronald Paterson (Eversheds Sutherland)
5 pages

This article discusses the UK Financial Conduct Authority’s Policy Statement PS23/13 which sets out a new regime for the approval of financial promotions made by unauthorized persons. Those authorized to carry out the new regulated activity of approving financial promotions will be permitted to approve a limited range of financial promotions.

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Interest Area: Financial Services
Region: United Kingdom
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