Jenner & Block

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In 2008, Jenner & Block started a regular series of reports designed to highlight issues of interest to the Japanese business and legal communities. Jenner & Block has been privileged over the last several decades to work closely with many wonderful clients and very talented lawyers in Japan on a wide range of complex matters. That experience has helped to focus us on some of the legal challenges that Japanese businesses confront in doing business in the United States. Our goal in publishing this electronic newsletter is to provide our friends in Japan with brief summaries of developments that we believe are noteworthy. Each month, we provide a featured summary and shorter summaries of cases from across the U.S. on a variety of issues ranging from antitrust to patent law. Attached to each summary is a copy of the underlying decision or draft legislation that is referenced. We welcome any feedback about the newsletter and encourage you to contact any of the editors if you want more information about any particular summary.

The Jenner & Block Report - Japanese Edition - September 2020 Update

  • California Supreme Court Issues Significant Decision Addressing Competition Law
  • State Reopening Orders Tracker Provides Updated Information on the Changing Economic Landscape
  • The California Privacy Rights Act of 2020, Which Amends the CCPA, Is on California’s November 2020 Ballot
  • US-EU Privacy Shield Invalidated – What Now?
  • The Streaming Wars Continue
  • Trademark and Branding Issues
  • Inter Partes Review Provides a Mechanism for Invalidating US Patents
  • Not Just About Tax Returns: The Supreme Court Clarifies Congressional Subpoena Power—and Its Limitations
  • "Post-Merger Integration High-Level Checklist For Japan-U.S. M&A Transactions," Jenner & Block And Kitahama Partners
  • SEC Amends Disclosure Requirements For Business, Legal Proceedings and Risk Factors Sections of Registration Statements and Periodic Filings
  • Morrison v. Berry: Aiding and Abetting a Breach of Fiduciary Duty
  • Antitrust Lawsuit against Google on the Horizon
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