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Another Law Firm Sues China
A Las Vegas personal injury firm has filed a class action lawsuit against the People’s Republic of China and a number of Chinese entities, including the city government of Wuhan, on grounds of negligence and public nuisance....
- Posted 7 days ago
If This Isn’t A Force Majeure, What Is It?
An advisory from Mayer Brown attorneys looks at the fate of contracts in the context of a pandemic and widespread business shutdowns, specifically the “legal rights of customers associated with the risk of such interruptions,” and then...
- Posted 1 week ago
Med Equipment Fixers To IP: Get Out Of The Way
Hospital technicians and others in the medical field are pushing to expand “the right to repair” (something that’s been an issue in other sectors, like auto repair and farm equipment, for years) into the world of hospital...
- Posted 2 weeks ago
FLA Law Firm Sues China Over Coronavirus Pandemic
A Florida law firm is mounting a class action suit against the People’s Republic of China and a number of Chinese agencies that it says helped oversee China’s response to the Coronavirus outbreak. The lawsuit alleges the...
- Posted 3 weeks ago
China Accuses U.S. Of Massive Hack
In a reversal of the usual direction of such accusations as reported in the U.S, a Chinese cybersecurity company says it has evidence that the CIA has been hacking sensitive Chinese targets for at least 11 years....
- Posted 4 weeks ago
Hacked Law Firm Sued For Malpractice By Chinese Client
A Chinese businessman and political dissident who had retained a Detroit law firm to help with his asylum claim has sued the firm for malpractice. The plaintiff — who maintains that he has evidence of corruption in...
- Posted 1 month ago
Singapore is Hub For Arbitration In Asia
Singapore has emerged as a major regional seat of arbitration for hearing disputes in and around Asia. In 2019 the American Arbitration Association-International Centre for Dispute Resolution® expanded its office there, and works with the Singaporean government...
- Posted 2 months ago
Japan Going Whole-Hog To Coal, And A Lawsuit Looms
Still reeling from the Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster, Japan is moving ahead with plans for construction of as many as 22 new coal-fired power plants. The proposals have generated unusual pushback in Japan, and residents of...
- Posted 2 months ago
Compliance Reboot At The Antitrust Division
For more than a decade DOJ guidelines included an exception to the general policy that prosecutors will take into account the existence of a compliance program when deciding whether or not to charge a corporation with a...
- Posted 3 months ago
A Fresh Look At Japanese Trade Secret Protection
Countries throughout East Asia have been feeling the sting of trade secret misappropriation and updating their respective trade secret protection regimes. In Japan, lawmakers responded by enacting amendments to a broader Unfair Competition Prevention Act. A recent...
- Posted 4 months ago