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Guidance for Companies Developing and Implementing Antitrust Compliance Programs
Authors: Mark R. Hellerer, Jacob R. Sorensen, Fusae Nara, Jessica R. Bogo

Recent policy statements by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division (“DOJ”) highlight the factors companies should consider when developing and implementing antitrust compliance programs. Effective antitrust compliance programs help companies avoid anticompetitive conduct altogether or identify potentially anticompetitive activity soon enough to eliminate or reduce the repercussions to the company. When a company learns of potentially anticompetitive activity within its ranks, the company should act quickly.

About that English Law and Arbitration Clause: Consider enforcement implications before signing
Author: Raymond L. Sweigart

As is frequently seen in international commercial contracts, parties with no operations or other relationship to England or the United Kingdom specify English law as controlling, with a clause providing for arbitration of disputes in London. In Cruz City v Unitech & Ors, [2014] EWHC 3131 (Comm), the English High Court was faced with a dispute over enforcement of an arbitral award between a Mauritian claimant and an Indian defendant. Noting the English law policy that judgments of the English court and English arbitration awards should be complied with, and under the principles set out in Masri v Consolidated Contractors International (UK) Ltd (No 2), [2008] EWCA Civ 303, the court held that it was appropriate to enforce an arbitral award by the appointment of receivers over the foreign defendant’s assets.

Changes to UK Design Legislation
Authors: James R. Tumbridge, Kate Mikheev

Amendments to the UK design law regime came into effect on October 1st 2014. Businesses should be conscious of a number of significant changes under the Intellectual Property Act 2014, as well as further changes which are due in 2015. These changes came into effect pursuant to the Intellectual Property Act 2014 (Commencement No. 3 and Transitional Provisions) Order 2014 and Community Design (Amendment) Regulations 2014.

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