Global Privacy – Japan Sets its Rules for Personal Data
By Joseph J. Dehner
Global companies must comply with differing privacy rules. The great divide between the EU and the USA is well-known. See Global Privacy Protection - No One Set of Rules. The EU is an “opt-in” system, insisting generally on express agreement by individuals before a company can share or use their personal data. By contrast, the USA is largely an “opt-out” regime, using a mix of sector-specific rules plus public declaration. In some areas in the US , express opt-in is required (e.g., medical records), in others privacy notices about company rules are sufficient, and in yet other areas the rules are not clear or are flexible. Canada follows a third approach. See Canada and Privacy.
China’s Draft Rules on Government Procurement of Software
By Haichuan Dillon Shi
As China ’s proposed rules on government procurement of software were released for comment in March, both domestic and foreign software providers raised concerns on the new rules.
New Passport Requirements for Travelers to theU.S.
By Linda M. Keck
Overthe past several years, the Department of Homeland Security has set forth increasingly stringent rules regarding entry requirements into the United States . Many deadlines have been pushed back multiple times, however, several new passport requirements are to come into effect in the summer and fall of this year.
Frost Brown Todd Secures Landmark Anti-Dumping Case
The International Services Group at Frost Brown Todd LLC has broken new ground in the area of International Trade Law. The group has succeeded in reinstating an antidumping order on a formerly exempt Chinese exporter.
Frost Brown Todd Attorney Returns from Beirut, SecondU.S. Attorney in History to Teach International Course
Frost Brown Todd LLC, one of the region’s largest full-service law firms, welcomes the return of Senior Associate Djenita Pasic from her recent trip to Beirut , Lebanon , where she taught a course on International Commercial Contracts at Notre Dame University . Ms. Pasic is very satisfied with the outcome of her recent trip and her role as an international instructor and visiting faculty, as well as a goodwill representative of the United States , the Commonwealth of Kentucky and City of Louisville .
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July 22, 2005
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August 26, 2005
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September 1, 2005
International Banking Update - Frost Brown Todd International Services Group - Free Luncheon Series
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November 18, 2005
(L-R) Joe Dehner of FBT, Jobst von Wahlert (Chairman of MULTILAW), Alfredo Rendon (Vice-Chairman of Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial, IMPI, the Mexican Institute of Industrial Property - equivalent of US Patent and Trademark Office) and Eduardo Gallastegui Armella (head of MULTILAW Mexico firm, Gallastegui y Lozano S.C.) at a recent Mexico City Conference of MULTILAW.
Pierre-Emmanuel Jobard of the French MULTILAW affiliate of Jobard, Chemla & Associés and Joe Dehner following a recent French business leaders seminar on "Doing Business in the USA " held at the Jobard law firm in Paris.
(L-R) H.E. Evangelos Denaxas, Ambassador of Greece in Kuwait; Alexandra Y. Benz-Denaxas, Professor and Consultant for University of Bordeaux, France Business School; Djenita Pasic of FBT; and Dr. Elie Yachoui, Dean of Business School at Notre Dame University (NDU) in Beirut, Lebanon during Djenita's recent visiting professorship at NDU.
Djenita Pasic with a group of Masters in International Business students at NDU before class on International Commercial Contracts.