This convention has been signed by 136 countries as of today, including countries such as Switzerland, Norway, Brazil, and India, as well as the EU member states.
The Law nr.7262 on Prevention of Financing of Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction, was adopted on December 27, 2020 at the Grand National Assembly of Turkey.
The Capital Markets Board's “Communiqué on Squeeze-Out and Sell-Out Rights” numbered II-27.2 was published in the Official Journal on 12 November 2014 and entered into force.
During the pandemic arising due to Covid-19, lawyers had great difficulties in attending the hearings held in different provinces as long-distance travels were banned in various times across Turkey and it created a high level of health-related risks during times even such ban was not implemented.
The Turkish Competition Authority published the “Guidance on Digital Data Analysis for On-Site Checks”.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) today launched WIPO Lex-Judgments, a new database providing free-of-charge access to leading judicial decisions related to IP law from around the world.
For a long time, the place, and limits of social media in the legal order have been the subject of discussion in many countries.
A new law proposal was prepared within the scope of anti-coronavirus measures in March. According to the articles in the draft bill, which is also submitted to the opinions of the business world, layoffs are prohibited for three months.
The Presidential Decree, setting out the principles and procedures on establishment of the industrialization executive committee to enhance the domestic production and technological capabilities, as well as the duties and powers thereof, was promulgated on the Official Journal on 14.10.2020.
A petitioner applies with the Provincial Directorate of Health, claiming that a pharmacist is uncapable of practicing due to health issues and therefore lacks the knowledge and skills required by the job, and should not be allowed to run and be in charge of a pharmacy for the benefit of public health.
The Court of Cessation, the Turkish supreme court of appeals, issued an order on 07.05.2019 whereby it was stated that employers may monitor the computer activities of any employee to the extent that preliminary information is provided to the same by the employer.
World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) launched “WIPO PROOF”, a new online application, on May 27, 2020, starting to provide time stamping service for contents which might be subject to intellectual property.