ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey will require foreign social media companies with high internet traffic to appoint a representative in the country to address concerns raised by authorities over content on their platforms, a draft law seen by Reuters showed on Thursday. Companies that do not comply with the new measure could ... More Information
12 April 2020Admin
Certain critical legal needs are essential. Over the last few days, many people have become concerned about how the spread of the coronavirus will affect them and their families, and should ensure that they have appropriate documentation in place in the event of catastrophe, including health care proxies, durable powers ... More Information
27 March 2020Admin
Like all of you, we are concerned by and closely monitoring the rapid spread of COVID-19 and considering its impacts to business continuity.
18 March 2020Admin