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Australia – How BREXIT and EU and UK trade marks may affect Australian companies

21/04/2021
As has been reported on, the United Kingdom (“UK”) voted to leave the European Union (“EU”) in 2016, with this exit officially occurring on 31 January 2020.  “Brexit” as the exit of the UK from the EU has become known, has affected businesses and citizens in the EU and UK, and has also had an....
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Practical Tips for Non-US Clients to Navigate the US Litigation System

07/04/2021
LAWorld client members were delighted to welcome Val H Stieglitz, a Partner with our client member firm, Nexsen Pruet in The Carolinas, USA, who gave an excellent virtual Webinar to around thirty international litigation lawyers last week. Val Stieglitz is an accomplished and knowledgeable public speaker and, with the skilful participation of several other LAWorld....
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Global Legal Insights – Banking Regulation 2021 – The South African Chapter

27/03/2021
You are welcome to read the link here to for the South African section on banking regulations which our LAWorld client members, Philip Webster and Mirelle Vallie from ASAFO South Africa, co-authored. https://www.globallegalinsights.com/practice-areas/banking-and-finance-laws-and-regulations/south-africa Any questions, please email directly to Mirelle Asafo: mvallie@asafoandco.com ASAFO & CO Mirelle Asafo tel:+27 732531836 email:mvallie@asafoandco.com Main tel:+27 732531836 Offices Johannesburg....
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WHAT IS CABOTAGE POLICY AND WHY IS IT A BIG DEAL?

27/02/2021
Port Klang, Penang Port and Tanjung Pelepas Port are amongst the major seaports in Malaysia.[1] What is the correlation between these ports with cabotage policy? The word ‘cabotage’ may seem unfamiliar to many people. One might think probably there is a typo error, misspelling or mispronunciation so that the correct word is actually ‘sabotage’. This....
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