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The European Union is developing a draft regulation that would allow continent-based makers of generic and biosimilar drugs to manufacture their versions of protected drugs for exportation to foreign markets where the protections don't exist or have expired, the European Council has announced.
World Trade Organization members have begun informally discussing options to rescue the Appellate Body, which has been all but shuttered as the Trump administration continues to block the appointment of any new judges in Geneva, the WTO’s General Council said Friday.
In an effort to streamline dual bankruptcy proceedings for Mexican oil rig company Perforadora Oro Negro in its home country and the U.S., a domestic mediator will join negotiations between the company and its creditors in a jack-up rig seizure dispute, a U.S. bankruptcy judge said.
White & Case LLP has beefed up it governance, disputes, sanctions and antitrust practices with the addition of an O'Melveny & Myers LLP former partner whose varied career includes being a presidential appointee supervising all Justice Department financial prosecutions and serving as general counsel to two different public gaming companies.
Several congressmen introduced a bipartisan bill that would impose penalties and restrict sales to Chinese telecom companies that have violated export control or sanctions laws, after the chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies was detained last month in Canada.