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Antitrust Compliance and Pricing Algorithms

Antitrust enforcement officials in the US and EU are watching developments surrounding the use of pricing algorithms and artificial intelligence. One area in particular...

Egypt: Foreign Investment Reporting Requirements Enforced

What's changedIn July 2019, the Investment Law No. 72 of 2017 ("Investment Law") was amended to impose new data reporting requirements on companies with...

EDPB Guidelines on Territorial Scope of GDPR

EDPB - Guidelines on the Territorial Scope of the GDPR (Art. 3) and on Representatives (Art. 27) - Now adopted after public consultationThe European...

Russia Mandates Pre-installation of Russian Software on Electronic Devices

From 1 July 2020 certain types of electronic goods could only be sold in Russia with pre-installed Russian software1.The list of specific products, the...

Swedish Merger Control Under the Thresholds: The ‘particular grounds’ rule, its implications and inevitable...

Read publication1. Background Advisers on merger control are faced with multiple judgement calls on each transaction, such as the hazards of market definition and the...

Russia Increases Fines for Personal Data and IT Violations

As of December 2, 2019 Russia significantly increased administrative fines for companies for violations of personal data localization rules and the requirements for online...

Ahead of Privacy – Netherlands Update

Draft ePrivacy regulation rejected by EU Council committee: In 2020 the EC will have to choose between re-drafting or withdrawalLast Friday, the Council’s position...

What Does Brexit Mean For Employees?

What are the people implications of Brexit under a no-deal scenario compared to what is likely to happen if a deal can be reached?...

Russia: Corporate Anti-Corruption Enforcement Research

Baker McKenzie is pleased to present the following report on Russian corporate anti-corruption enforcement that will provide both international companies operating in Russia and...

UK Statement on Legal Status of Cryptoassets and Smart Contracts

A UK Government-backed, industry-led initiative has published an expert legal statement recognising cryptoassets as property and smart contracts as enforceable agreements under English law....

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