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  • France Sanctions Google for Abusing Dominant Position in Search Advertising

    The French Competition Authority has announced it imposed a sanction of €150 million on Google for abusing its dominant position in search advertising. The authority also ordered Google to: clarify the drafting of the rules for its Google Ads advertising platform and review the information procedures concerning changes to the rules (individual notification two months...

  • CNIL, France’s Data Protection Authority, Releases Strategic Road Map

    In a statement of its priorities over the next year, French data privacy regulator CNIL emphasizes the importance of a balanced approach to data protection regulation. Key Takeaways: The CNIL’s enforcement actions have gained added momentum with enactment of the GDPR, and the CNIL must commit itself fully in this respect. “At the same time,...

  • Best Practices for Meat Producers

    Beef producers and packers have been required for years to “identify hazard points and critical points during beef slaughtering, which is a necessary first step toward developing a hazard analysis and critical control point system to control meat contamination by Escherichia coli O157:H7.”  See R. Guyon, et. al, Hazard Analysis of Escherichia coli O157:H7 Contamination...

  • Case Study, France: Examining Adequate/Reasonable Protections For Personal Information

    Spotlight on adequate/reasonable protections to personal information – Part 1 – France. CNIL fined a real estate company 400,000 EUR for failure to implement adequate protections to personal data in violation of GDPR. In this case, the URLs on the company’s website were the problem. By changing a character, you could gain access to documents belonging...

  • Have you Reviewed your Employee Compensation?

    Ok, dear readers, I feel that I have been neglecting you.  I was swamped with preparing for a trial right before my well-deserved vacation to France and Spain.  I know, excuses, excuses. I came back from vacation feeling refreshed. I mean who would not be refreshed with views like this:            ...

  • Ruling By France’s Highest Court Ends Long-Running Legal Dispute Between Heirs Of Peggy Guggenheim And Guggenheim Foundation

    In recent art world news, France’s highest court, the Cour de Cassation, issued a ruling on March 7, 2018 that ends the lengthy dispute between the heirs of Peggy Guggenheim’s daughter, Pegeen Vail, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation based in New York.  The court has dismissed an appeal by Guggenheim heirs who sued the...

  • No, the French are Very Nice. Really.

    I just returned from a vacation to France.  Upon my return and hearing where I traveled to, a lot of people wanted to know how the trip was.  They also wanted to know something else — were the French rude?  With the exception of one person who worked at the airline ticket counter who was...

  • Stolen Picasso Found in NYC to be Returned to France

    Pablo Picasso enjoys the unfortunate distinction of being the artist with the “Most Stolen Art” in the world. Lucky for France, recently a long lost Picasso was found in NYC and is slated to be returned to the French government. Found in a mysterious package from Belgium, labeled as a Christmas gift worth a mere...

  • STALKING THE SOUL: CO-PARENTING WITH AN ABUSIVE NARCISSIST (PART I)

    “Physical violence can be testified to by outside evidence: eyewitnesses, police and medical reports.  With emotional abuse, there is no proof.  It’s clean violence.  Nobody sees anything.” –Marie-France Hirigoyen, Stalking the Soul; Emotional Abuse and the Erosion of Identity. (Amazon.com) Several months ago, after I published Seven Deadly Sins Of Divorce: Pride; The Narcissistic Divorce,...

  • “Frenchy” May Be An Ethnic Anti-French Slur And Not Merely A Nickname

    Lynn Nakagawa has reported in Pacific Business News that a state appellate court in Hawaii has just reversed a lower court dismissal of a national origin discrimination and retaliation suit by a French national, who alleged that he was terminated from his job after he was called anti-French names, such as Frenchy,” by his managers. The...

  • Judge Thynge Requires Abbott to Produce a 30(b)(6) Witness to Testify with Knowledge of both Abbott and Its Foreign Subsidiary, Fournier

    By Memorandum Order entered by The Honorable Mary Pat Thynge in Ethypharm S.A. France v. Abbott Laboratories, C.A. No. 08-126-SLR-MPT (D.Del., November 15, 2010), the Court granted, in part, plaintiff Ethypharm’s Motion to Proceed on Certain Discovery Matters under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure Rather than Under the Hague Convention and ordered that defendant...

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