Topic: Technology

Indonesia: New regulation on electronic systems and transactions

Government Regulation No. 71 of 2019 on the Implementation of Electronic Systems and Transactions revokes and replaces Government Regulation No. 82 of 2012 on the same subject. Recent Development After long discussion and the preparation of several drafts, the government has finally issued Government Regulation No. 71 of 2019 on the Implementation of Electronic Systems …

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US Supreme Court to review ruling on copyright and APIs

The outcome of Oracle v Google will have significant effects on past and future software development given the prolific use of APIs.  The Supreme Court of the United States has decided to review what has emerged as one of the most significant software copyright decisions of recent years: the 2018 ruling by the US Court of Appeals …

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Cambodia enacts a new E-commerce Law and a Consumer Protection Law

 Cambodia’s new laws aim to regulate the Kingdom’s e-commerce in line with the international community and ensure a level playing field in the business sector. In support of Cambodia’s rapidly growing economy, the Cambodian government enacted the Law on Electronic Commerce (E-commerce Law) and the Law on Consumer Protection (Consumer Protection Law) on November 2, …

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IP disputes analytics module in the works

 The analytics module is set to spearhead a data-driven focus on risks, claims and avoiding disputes. Solomonic, a London-based litigation data start-up, will work together with international law firm Pinsent Masons to develop an IP disputes analytics module that will deliver an unprecedented and unique layer of data-driven litigation and business intelligence to users. Solomonic …

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Concept for regulating the alternative finance market in Russia prepared

One of the main purposes of the Concept is so that it may be used in the future to amend sector-specific legislation. The RUSNANO Group Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs has prepared a ‘Concept for legal regulation of alternative finance methods’ in Russia. Carried out by a team from law firm Dentons’ St. Petersburg offices, …

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Alternative legal services provider Axiom receives major investment

A new era dawns for legal services with Axiom, whose 2000+ workforce operate across 3 continents. Axiom, a New York-based alternative legal services provider received an investment from London-headquartered private equity firm Permira. The amount of the deal was not disclosed. The company intends to use the funds to pursue growth opportunities, driven by its …

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Complimentary tracker for IP Cases

The resource centre provides information on the judges, trends, and decisions for IP cases in the Northern District of California. Morrison & Foerster (MoFo), a global law firm, has launched a complimentary tracker for IP cases in the Northern District of California (“N.D. Cal.”), which is widely regarded as a destination district for high-tech and …

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AI legal platform Luminance forms Advisory Board with senior lawyers

The Advisory Board formed by Luminance brings together four specialists with insider knowledge of the legal industry. Luminance, the artificial intelligence (AI) platform for the legal profession, continues to strengthen ties in the industry through the creation of an Advisory Board comprised of leading lawyers from around the globe. The board, which was formed to …

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Orckit IP defeats ADTRAN in patent infringement suit

The Düsseldorf Regional Court found that a network technology patent held by Orckit IP was infringed by ADTRAN. A German court has granted Israel tech firm Orckit IP victory over ADTRAN, a US supplier of networking and communications equipment. Justice Sabine Klepsch, presiding judge of the Düsseldorf Regional Court found that ADTRAN infringed patent no. …

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Competera overcomes IP transfer challenges to establish US headquarters

Competera uses machine learning-engineering in their price monitoring and optimization software. Competera, a next generation Ukrainian pricing platform for e-commerce and omnichannel retailers, has established its headquarters in the US to better position the company within the technology market. Speaking after the move, Competera’s Senior Legal Counsel Denis Boshko revealed that the transfer of intangible …

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