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FIG Bulletin, 15 November 2019

We are delighted to send you our latest e-newsletter, setting out recent regulatory developments of interest to financial institutions.

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All Bark, No Bite? Proposals to Transform the Clean Company Act Into an Effective Anti-Corruption Tool George Washington International Law Review, Vol. 51 2019

Brazil has joined the fight against corruption by enacting the Clean Company Act (CCA) in 2014. However, the Act is not yet comprehensive enough to deter companies from engaging in corrupt...

Watch: Cyber threats in the Internet of Things

Many of the nearly 20 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices deployed worldwide perform critical functions or have access to networks that process highly sensitive information.


EU General Court: Chinese design does not infringe famous Italian scooter design
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By judgment of 24 September 2019 (T-219/18), the General Court ruled that the Community design of a scooter registered for a Chinese company does not infringe the rights of a traditional...

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EU imposes sanctions on Turkey over Cyprus drilling

The Council of the EU has agreed a set sanctions against Turkey over its "illegal drilling" off the coast of Cyprus.


Shanghai court innovates with punitive damages for trademark infringement: IP owners can aim higher
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The Shanghai Pudong District Court has recently handed down a remarkable judgment, awarding punitive damages equal to 3 times the proven damages to a foreign sportswear company, and fully...

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DOJ Continues False Claims Act Enforcement in Transportation Industry

Two recent False Claims Act (FCA) settlements between the Department of Justice (DOJ) and transportation companies point to the continuation of a recent trend by the DOJ to use the FCA as a ...


Ninth Circuit holds that determination of copyright originality ill-suited for disposition on a motion to dismiss

The Ninth Circuit recently reversed the dismissal of copyright infringement claims in Hall v. Taylor Swift finding a lack of sufficient facts or evidence of record to justify a summary...

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Next Steps for the Withdrawal Agreement Bill

The first priority for the new Government, following the General Election on 12 December, is going to be Brexit. Whether to "get it done" for the Conservatives, "get it sorted" by...

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