The ten most read Global Legal Monitor (GLM) articles in July covered six interesting legal themes: Criminal Law and Procedure; Foreign Investment; Communications and Electronic Information; Immigration; Labor; and Nationality and Citizenship.
- Germany: Regional Court Ruling Criminalizes Circumcision of Young Boys
- South Korea: Permanent Dual Nationality Allowed after 60 Years
- China: Maternity Leave Extended from 90 Days to 98 Days
- France: Law on Immigration, Integration and Nationality
- Turkey: New Minimum Wage
- China: Amendment of Criminal Procedure Law
- Canada: Proposed New Immigration Act
- U.N. Human Rights Council: First Resolution on Internet Free Speech
- Belarus: Browsing Foreign Websites a Misdemeanor
- China: Revision of Catalog of Industries for Foreign Investment
Including the above listed items, the Global Legal Monitor published a total of 44 articles on a wide array of legal issues in July. These included:
- An article on a recent decision by France‘s Supreme Court for civil and criminal matters, the Cour de Cassation, regarding “Google Suggest” in which the Court held that when search engine results send users to websites that make music files available to the general public without prior consent of the files’ owners, it creates the means for infringing copyright and related rights.
- An article on a draft law in Saudi Arabia aimed at criminalizing the use of social media tools to criticize Islam and Islamic law.
- An article on a proposal in Finland on a possible extension of tax on sugar.
- An article on the status of implementation of a law on jury trial system in Kyrgyzstan.
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