The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has released new good manufacturing practice (GMP) guidance concerning measures intended to ensure data integrity throughout the “data lifecycle” from generation of data, processing, use in decision making, to disposal.
On August 17, 2016, the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Ways and Means Committee waded into the ongoing discussions between U.S. and EU leaders regarding equivalency with the EU’s Solvency II and negotiation of a covered agreement.
There is a September 23, 2016 deadline for clarifying product or service specification wording within European trademark registrations in certain situations where that is necessary.
Now that some time has passed since the Brexit vote, some of the ways in which the vote is likely to impact British patent law are becoming clearer.
The vote, by the UK electorate to leave the EU, was just a vote.
Just over a month has now passed since the referendum in which the United Kingdom voted narrowly to leave the European Union: an event which some have characterized as the greatest potential shock to the UK economy since the Second World War.
The European Union Emission Trading System (EU ETS) is the world’s largest cap and trade system, covering all countries in the European Union.
The Danish court has recently decided that a party may be too large to be considered private, at least when it comes to the understanding of the wording “Public performance” in Danish copyright law.
The Privacy Shield is now live, having gone into effect on August 1.
In its Opinion 1/91 of 14 December 1991 on the Treaty establishing the European Economic Area the European Court of Justice (“Court of Justice”) held that the EEC-Treaty, albeit concluded in the form of an international agreement, none the less constitutes the constitutional charter of a Community based on the rule of law.