Litigation in India | Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas

Legal Briefing

What is the structure of the Indian legal system, especially concerning litigation matters? India’s court system is primarily divided in three distinct streams, ie Criminal Courts, Civil Courts and Tribunals with High Courts and the Supreme Court exercising supervisory jurisdiction.

Administrative enforcement of intellectual property rights in Greece | Drakopoulos Law

Legal Briefing

Greece, as a longstanding member of the EU, has implemented the EU legislation on the enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs), including the IPED (Intellectual Property Rights Directive 2004/48/EC). The IPED, providing for civil protection of IPR holders, has been contemplated by the national procedural law and criminal sanctions for copyright and trademark infringement.

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Governing the crypto ecosystem: key challenges faced by regulators in India | Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co

Legal Briefing

Governing the crypto ecosystem: G20 New Delhi Leaders’ Declaration and Communique by G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors ‘While cryptoassets are not yet a significant part of the global financial system, they have the potential to emerge as a source of systemic risk in specific jurisdictions if they gain traction for payments or retail …

Artificial intelligence considerations for large merchants | Eversheds Sutherland

Legal Briefing

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly transforming the payments industry, offering new opportunities and challenges for large merchants. AI can enhance various aspects of the payments business, such as transaction processing, customer communications, fraud detection, and innovation. However, AI also poses risks for these businesses, including regulatory complexity, ethical and social implications, cybersecurity threats, and class …

Scottish banking transactions – national security issues and light at the end of the tunnel | Brodies

Legal Briefing

All things being equal, Scottish banking transactions pose no greater a risk to national security than their English counterparts. And yet, how Scots law share security is taken has placed Scottish banking transactions centre of the net cast by the National Security and Investment Act 2021 (NSIA) in a way not experienced by banking transactions …