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Lebanon County v. Collis: Delaware Supreme Court reverses dismissal of Caremark claims

In Lebanon County Employees’ Retirement Fund v. Collis, the Delaware Supreme Court reversed the Delaware Court of Chancery’s dismissal of Caremark claims against the directors...


Recent law provisions and regulatory measures impacting the Italian insurance sector

The Italian Budget Law for 2024 introduced important measures that will have an impact on the insurance business. As to the non-life insurance sector, it is provided an obligation for...


UK: Advice Guidance Boundary Review – recap on FCA proposals to close the advice gap

On 8 December 2023, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and HM Treasury (HMT) published a joint discussion paper to examine the regulatory boundary between financial advice and...

Insights and Analysis

Recent regulatory updates in China's Life Science Sector to start the year 2024
Registered Content

This article aims to introduce three recent regulatory updates in China’s life science sector. These updates involve incentives for locally-manufacturing approved foreign drugs,...


National Crime Agency disrupts LockBit’s enterprise

The National Crime Agency fought back against Lockbit this week, affecting the group's administrative environment.


Proof in Trial: Moore v. Harper

It was a case that would have major implications for not only the 2024 elections, but all future federal elections in the United States. The U.S. Supreme Court was asked to rule whether the ...

Published Works

DataGuidance OneTrust

Bret Cohen, with contributions from Rose Grover, authored an Insight article for OneTrust DataGuidance covering some of the AI business practices that the FTC considers unfair or deceptive, ...


GDPR fines: German court specifies requirements for fine notices in light of ECJ case-law

Following the European Court of Justice’s (“ECJ”) landmark judgement of 5 December 2023 (case no. C-807/21), the Higher Regional Court of Berlin specified the requirements ...


United Kingdom to withdraw from the Energy Charter Treaty

On 22 February 2024, the Government of the United Kingdom (UK) announced that the UK would withdraw from the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) after a recent failed attempt to modernise its text.

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