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"Likelihood of Confusion": A Legal Fiction in Need of Reform

Bereskin & Parr

Daniel R Bereskin QC, Bereskin & Parr LLP Daniel Bereskin QC at Bereskin & Parr explores the problematic nature of “likelihood of confusion” when it comes to assessing unfair competition in the trademarks space. 

Brazilian Oil and Gas Industry: an Update

Marilda

Marilda Rosado de Sá Ribeiro, Lobo de Rizzo Advogados Marilda Rosado de Sá Ribeiro at Lobo de Rizzo Advogados assesses recent developments in Brazil’s oil and gas industry including changes to the regulatory framework, signs of recovery and expectations for the future. 

Energy 2017: Q&A with Shawn Davis

Shawn Davis

Shawn Davis, Akin Gump In an exclusive interview with Who’s Who Legal, Akin Gump’s Shawn Davis discusses recent developments in the UAE energy space including changes in regulation, the growth of the renewables market and the future of the practice area. 

Allocation of Interest to Non-Breaching Parties Under Breach of Contract Remedies Contained in the AIPN Model JOA and the AIPN Model SBA

Frank Alexander

Frank Alexander Jr, Dentons Canada LLP Frank Alexander Jr at Dentons Canada provides an in-depth analysis of Association of International Petroleum Negotiators rules surrounding the rates of interest due under breach of contract damages claims in the global petroleum industry.

Around the World in 80 Ubers: Is the Law Keeping Up with the Uberisation of Work in Europe?

CM Murray

Anna Birtwistle and Clare Murray, CM Murray LLP  CM Murray’s Anna Birtwistle and Clare Murray explore the development of the “gig economy”, particularly in relation to Uber, and the difficulty of adapting traditional labour law classifications to this new business model. 

Compliance with Labour Standards and Human Rights on the Cross-Border Supply Chain

Cuetracasas

Juan Bonilla and Pedro Méndez de Vigo, Cuatrecasas Juan Bonilla and Pedro Méndez de Vigo at Cuatrecasas discuss the increasing importance of legal compliance in relation to cross-border supply chains. 

Labour & Employment 2017: Q&A with Ignacio Funes de Rioja

Ignacio Funes de Rioja

Ignacio Funes de Rioja, Funes de Rioja & Asociados In an exclusive interview with Who’s Who Legal, Ignacio Funes de Rioja at Funes de Rioja & Asociados discusses recent regulatory developments in the Argentinian labour market, the effects of changing contractual arrangements and the future of artificial intelligence in the field. 

Neutrality Rejected! Religious Discrimination and the European Court of Justice

Clays & Engels

By Chris Engels, Claeys & Engels In this article, Chris Engels at Claeys & Engels explores the growing debate surrounding the acceptability and legality of neutrality rules in the workplace. 

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