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By Victoria Pernt
With courts worldwide shattering the common misconception that arbitration is intrinsically confidential, parties are left wondering: just how confidential is arbitration?
By Madalina Neagu
The squeeze-out of minority shareholders in closely held companies is one of the most controversial issues in Romania, having led to many debates both in and out of court.
By Claudia Bock
The legality of a 2003 dawn raid carried out by the Czech Competition Authority ("CCA") on Delta Pekárny's business premises was the subject of a long-running dispute.
By Franz Urlesberger
One might be surprised to read that data protection rules might also impact the competitive assessment of a concentration within merger control proceedings.
By Kinga Hetényi, Alexandra Bognár
Following the entry into force of the new act on arbitration (Act LX of 2017 on Arbitration, the "Act") this year, the Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry ("HCCI") ...
By Klara Kiehl, Philipp Wetter
The European Commission has just published its comprehensive proposal for the so-called "New Deal for Consumers", which aims to strengthen EU consumer rights and enforcement.
By Murat Kutluğ
Bitcoin can be briefly defined as a new virtual payment system. It provides an online payment opportunity for the purchase of goods and services.
By Martin Ebner, Dominik Tyrybon, Adina-Otilia Damaschin, Soňa Hekelová, Alexandra Adamičková
Direct lending funds are emerging as key sources of loan financing. Understanding the local legal framework and peculiarities is important for executing a lending transaction ...
By Christoph Tittes, Franziska Oczlon
Unfortunately, the Austrian Supreme Court ("OGH") doesn't think so.
By Tamás Balogh
On 20 July 2017, a burglar sneaked into a family's flat in Hungary, grabbed whatever valuables he could find, and disappeared without a trace.
By Günther Leissler, Veronika Wolfbauer
Simply put, it makes face IDs from mobile devices illegal.
By Philipp Wetter, Philipp Kalser
Following the opening of insolvency proceedings, the insolvency receiver typically tries to enlarge the insolvency estate by asserting voidance claims.
By Andrea Gal
The number of medical malpractice litigation cases in Romania is growing exponentially. It is a phenomenon that directly involves insurance companies ...
By Nives Slemenjak
Among the constantly evolving measures aimed at consumer protection and health is the introduction of maximum permitted levels of trans-fatty acids ("TFA") ...
By Clemens Grassinger
The European Commission proposed fundamental changes to the current Value Added Tax (VAT) regime, aimed at delivering a definite pan-European VAT system in order to tackle tax fraud as well as to unify and ...
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