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As the use of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin increases, so will the demand for insurance to protect against the risks associated with them.
Tech Giants Caught Between EU Disagreements On Scope of Proposed Network and Information Security Directive
U.S. tech giants, like Google and Facebook, found themselves caught between the European Parliament and the European Commission as disagreements continue as to whether Internet service providers should be included within the definition of ‘market operators’ in the Proposed Directive on Network and Information Security (IP/13/94) (the ‘Directive’).
Making the UK a safe place to live and prosper is not a small matter. Whatever the root causes, the threats to public safety are real and a political priority for government and opposition alike.
The Federal Court has recently reiterated the importance of both a properly defined class and a proper representative plaintiff at the certification stage.
The Real Estate Services Act (British Columbia) (“RESA”) creates the regime that requires a person to be licensed prior to being permitted to provide “real estate services” in British Columbia to or on behalf of another, for or in expectation of payment.
This May, INTERPOL announced its new policy on its treatment of Red Notice subjects with refugee status.
At a time when insolvency practitioner’s (“IPs”) fees are being scrutinised more closely than ever, the case of Bell v Birchall and others  is a timely reminder to IPs to consider the necessity of the work they propose to undertake, particularly in respect of assets that do not form part of the insolvent estate.
On July 19, 2015, the U.S. State Department transmitted the Iran nuclear deal to Congress, commencing Congress’ 60-day review period.