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TECHNOLOGY, OUTSOURCING, AND COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
NEWS FOR LAWYERS AND SOURCING PROFESSIONALS
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently voted to make available for public comment a proposal on protecting and promoting an open Internet, and in particular, the concept of “net neutrality.” The FCC’s May 15 proposal stems from its conclusion that “broadband providers have the incentive and ability to act in ways that threaten Internet openness” and two previous invalidated attempts to impose protections.
As a result of new regulations, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has greater authority to regulate drug manufacturers for failing to have adequate controls around supply chain management, including the authority to impose penalties.
After six months of being held up by the lumbering technology world, agile lawmakers see an end in sight.
We recently hosted our 8th annual Women in Shared Services and Outsourcing Executive Roundtable in New York.
Welcome to Morgan Lewis’s newest blog, in which we highlight the latest developments and trends affecting technology, outsourcing, and other commercial transactions.
As the European Union (EU) and Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) issue new rules on data protection, companies need to ensure their policies comply with the applicable regulations in this ever-changing landscape.
Recently, I found myself explaining that auto-renewal provisions in contracts may not be so automatic in certain states.
A recent opinion from the Supreme Court of India in a case over cricket broadcasting rights settles the score on how the country will deal with foreign arbitration.
As more clients use ITIL ® —a standard for best practices in providing IT services—IT lawyers who are unfamiliar with the standard should familiarize themselves with its basic principles.
Australian businesses and agencies should take note of amendments to Australia’s Privacy Act , which regulates how organizations collect, handle, and disclose personal information within Australia.