The Right to Be Forgotten Only Applies Within EU, ECJ Rules

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This post discusses the recent case of Google v. CNIL. The decision is available here. The supreme court of the European Union, The European Court of Justice (ECJ), ruled on September 24 that the “right to be forgotten” only applies within the boundary of EU member...

Interview with Hugh M. Mo, Esq., Part 1 of 3

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In a special three-part series, Hugh M. Mo, Esq., principal of The Law Firm of Hugh H. Mo, P.C. and lawyer with over 40 years of experience, shares his advice for students interested in practicing international law, his inspiring personal story, and his thoughts on...

UNGA Round-Up: Transnational Law in the News

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World leaders descended upon New York this past month to attend the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly. The events that took place between September 17–30 generated talks, tensions, and international headlines. Below are some important news items from...