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UK lawmakers have called for data subject access rights to be extended to behavioural data.
13 March 2019
UBS has rejected allegations by Bloomberg that the bank illegally shared its data with third parties, and countersued the company for breach of contract.
24 January 2019
Companies are changing the way they do deals to avoid falling foul of strict new privacy laws, according to a report from Morrison & Foerster.
18 January 2019
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise is seeking to dismiss a MegaFon lawsuit over a failed Russian telecommunications system, saying the case should be tried in Russia.
09 January 2019
Delaware’s highest state court has confirmed that healthcare company Fresenius was entitled to pull out of its multibillion-dollar acquisition of Akorn after finding that the generic drugmaker had misrepresented the state of its data.
10 December 2018
Technology transactions have risen rapidly in recent years, but new regulatory hurdles could stymie investment in the sector, a Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer report has said.
05 December 2018
An English judge has ordered plant protection manufacturer GAT Microencapsulation to compensate agribusiness company Rotam for unjust enrichment, after a data transfer agreement between the two fell through.
31 October 2018
A judge has ruled that healthcare company Fresenius was entitled to pull out of a planned $4.75 billion takeover of generic drugmaker Akorn, after finding that the target made false representations about the state of its data.
04 October 2018
Covington & Burling has named 20 new partners in the US, with six promotions in the data, technology and consumer protection space.
03 October 2018
03 July 2018
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