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Pushing the boat out – huge expansion planned in Australian navy as Australia and U.S. deepen defence ties

The Australian government has announced a major overhaul of its naval defence surface fleet, doubling the number of warships to create Australia’s “biggest navy since the second ...

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Payment services versus e-money issuance: Court of Justice of EU clarifies regulatory border

A recent Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) judgment has considered where the boundary lies between regulated payment services and e-money issuance.

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DOJ and FTC update Second Request guidance to address the use of ephemeral messaging applications

On January 26, 2024 the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) and Department of Justice (“DOJ”) announced1 that the standard preservation letters and specifications...

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ESG and Mining: Influence on Investment Protection and Disputes
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Investment arbitration therefore has a potentially growing role in resolving ESG-related disputes (as highlighted in an October 2023 report by the IBA), particularly in the mining sector,...

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Food Contact Materials : “Have your say” on the EU proposal to ban BPA

The European Commission recently put forward a draft proposal for a Regulation introducing a ban on the use of Bisphenol A (BPA) in food contact materials. As part of this legislative...

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NTIA seeks comment on availability of model weights in highly capable AI systems

The U.S. National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) issued a request for comment (RFC) on the availability of “model weights” used in highly capable AI...

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“Transparency as a regulatory tool”: The UK FCA’s proposed new enforcement approach
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On 27 February 2024, the UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published consultation "CP24/2: Our Enforcement Guide and publicising enforcement investigations – a new...

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UK: Navigating drop-in permissions post-Hillside

Fifty years and a few months have passed since the High Court’s landmark judgment in Pilkington, which found that where two planning permissions exist in relation to the same...

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Not set in stone – Hong Kong court approves post-implementation modifications to scheme of arrangement

The Hong Kong High Court has given a rare order for modifications to a scheme of arrangement after it had been implemented incorrectly by the scheme administrators. Drawing on instances in...

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