In the last post, I addressed the issue of INTERPOL’s involvement in financial disputes arising from debts owed by individuals to financial institutions in the UAE.
Whenever clients ask about filing a trademark in China via the Madrid System, my answer is simple: filing a national application directly with the Chinese Trademark Office (CTMO) is better.
This week, the Supreme Court of Canada granted leave to appeal in one case, and denied leave to appeal in two other cases, all likely to be of interest to Canadian business.
The importance of the Internet has given rise to a considerable amount of litigation on the topics of protection of privacy and freedom of expression.
In a post entitled, Map: Half of China’s GDP Comes From Major Cities Tea Leaf Nation uses a Foreign Policy map to graphically (both literally and figuratively) show “how much China’s GDP growth machine depends on a few regions.”
We are constantly barraged with emails from book publishers asking that we review their books on China.
Two Wrongs Do Not Make a Right: The Dismissal of an Employee Having Caused an Accident While Intoxicated and Having Violated a Last Chance Agreement is Confirmed
On February 6th, 2014, the Superior Court allowed the application for judicial review of an arbitration award having accepted an employee’s grievance following his dismissal.
As a new round of nuclear talks involving American, European, and Iranian leaders commence this week in Vienna it appears that the first-step deal agreed upon in January has already led to significant changes in OFAC’ s Iranian sanctions regime.
The Government of Côte d’Ivoire reaffirmed its commitment to implement an economic and social development program to make Côte d’Ivoire an emerging country by 2020.