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Russia has amended its main laws governing the internet to allow the government to restrict access to the internet and to control internet traffic in emergency situations.
Morgan Lewis partner Peter Watt-Morse (Pittsburgh) and associate Eric Pennesi (Pittsburgh) will be participating in the Pennsylvania Bar Institute’s 2019 Cyberlaw Update, which will address trending topics, including blockchain and cryptocurrency and security and privacy concerns related to social media, in addition to GDPR.
London partner Pulina Whitaker recently published a LawFlash discussing how the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union will make the UK a “third country”
Moscow partners Anastasia Dergacheva and Brian L. Zimbler and associate Kseniya Lopatkina recently published a LawFlash on the new rules in Russia for platforms that aggregate information from online stores. Federal Law No. 250-FZ, signed on July 29, 2018, provides additional protection for consumers acquiring goods and services through online platforms. For more information on the effects of this new law, read the LawFlash.
The Russian Parliament on April 12 approved at a first hearing a new draft law aimed at owners of public networks.
The American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility (ABA Committee) issued Formal Opinion 480 on March 6, titled, “Confidentiality Obligations for Lawyer Blogging and Other Public Commentary” (the Opinion).
Join Morgan Lewis at our Boston office on Wednesday, December 6 for an interactive event on top issues impacting commercial and transactional lawyers and sourcing professionals.
Morgan Lewis is hosting an interactive event regarding top issues impacting commercial and transactional lawyers and sourcing professionals on December 6 in Boston.
This new Twitter account features the latest global business and legal news affecting the tech industry from Morgan Lewis’s leading technology team, located around the world and across practice groups and industry sectors.