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Case review 08/06/2020
On 5 August 2020, the High Court handed down its judgment on applications to set aside service of two sets of English proceedings for lack of jurisdiction. The judgment provides useful guidance on the jurisdictional rules applicable to consumers under European law, especially in the context of transport-related contracts.
The Civil Code covers the full scope of Chinese civil law, including property rights, contracts, tort and family law - and also includes sections on privacy and the protection of personal information. Nicholas Blackmore (Special Counsel from Kennedys) and Samuel Yang (Partner from Anjie Law Firm) outline the impact of the new Civil Code on Chinese data privacy law.
As innovation and new technologies are rapidly transforming the way we live, it is imperative that businesses in all industries remain alive to the risks arising from these advancements.
In the summer of 2018, California passed the California Consumer Privacy Act (the CCPA), a landmark piece of legislation that represents the most comprehensive consumer data privacy law enacted in the United States to date.
Case review 02/08/2019
This week, the Court of Appeal handed down their decision as to an air carrier’s liability for compensation under Regulation EC261/2004 where a flight suffers a qualifying delay by reason of an air traffic management decision.
The recent £14 billion claim against MasterCard for alleged unlawful anti-competitive conduct is the first major case to have been brought under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 (CRA).