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Ruth Zadikany

California appellate court rules that Dynamex test applies only to wage order claims

Employment & Benefits - USA
Mayer Brown LLP

A California appellate court has ruled that the California Supreme Court's recent decision in Dynamex Operations West, Inc v Superior Court, which established a new test for determining whether to classify workers as independent contractors, is limited to claims under the Industrial Welfare Commission's wage orders.

Abigail Smith

Federal Court of Appeal overturns cefaclor damages decision on pre-judgment interest issue

Healthcare & Life Sciences - Canada
Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh

The Federal Court of Appeal recently allowed in part Apotex's appeal of a decision awarding Eli Lilly over C$100 million for Apotex's infringement of eight process patents relating to the antibiotic cefaclor.

Robert Lane

All change for network charging – Ofgen launches significant code review

Energy & Natural Resources - United Kingdom
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

Ofgem recently published its decision to launch a significant code review (SCR) into the electricity network access and forward-looking charging arrangements.

Samuel Yang

NHC issues guidelines on Big Data security for healthcare industry

Tech, Data, Telecoms & Media - China
AnJie Law Firm

The National Health Commission recently released the Circular regarding Issuing National Health Medical Big Data Standards, Safety and Service Management Measures (For Trial Implementation).

Abigail Smith

Federal Court of Appeal overturns cefaclor damages decision on prejudgment interest issue

Intellectual Property - Canada
Smart & Biggar/Fetherstonhaugh

The Federal Court of Appeal recently allowed in part Apotex's appeal of a decision awarding Eli Lilly over C$100 million for Apotex's infringement of eight process patents relating to the antibiotic cefaclor.

Gejaa Gobena

DOJ aims for good, not perfect: review of updated corporate cooperation policy

White Collar Crime - USA
Hogan Lovells US LLP

Government attorneys now have additional discretion in False Claims Act civil cases to award cooperation credit to a corporation that meaningfully assists the investigation without necessarily identifying every individual person outside of senior management involved in the alleged misconduct.

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