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Investment Court Clears Key Legal Hurdle With Court Of Justice Of The European Union (CJEU) Opinion 1/17
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union entered into provisional application on September 21, 2017.
European Union
6 Jun 2019
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Labour Of Love: Foster Parents Are Not Workers Under The Working Time Directive
In a case referred by the Romanian courts, the ECJ has held that foster parents are not workers for the purposes of the Working Time Directive.
UK
30 Nov 2018
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Establishment Of The Tashkent International Arbitration Center (TIAC) Under The Chamber Of Commerce And Industry Of Uzbekistan
On November 5, 2018, the President of Uzbekistan signed a Resolution contemplating the establishment of the Tashkent International Arbitration Center (TIAC) ...
Uzbekistan
19 Nov 2018
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Financial Dispute Resolution In A Post-Brexit World
English law has traditionally been the go-to choice of governing law for financial institutions and enjoys the predominant place for a number of financial transaction types and master agreement documentation suites.
European Union
19 Oct 2018
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ICJ Issues Provisional Measures In Iran Sanctions Case
In a high-profile decision, on October 3, 2018, the International Court of Justice ("ICJ" or the "Court") ...
United States
15 Oct 2018
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Key Regulatory Developments In Italy - September 28, 2018
Key Regulatory Developments In Italy - September 28, 2018
Italy
3 Oct 2018
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Admissibility Before The CJEU Of Evidence Communicated By National Authorities During A Tax Investigation
In a case of unlawful agreement on the banana market, the Court of Justice of European Union ("CJEU") had the opportunity to rule on the admissibility of certain types of evidence...
European Union
10 Jul 2017
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Modified Set-Top Boxes And Copyright Infringement – Where Do We Stand?
In an important decision for rights holders everywhere, on 26 April 2017, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled that the sale of multimedia devices that have been modified to allow end...
UK
24 May 2017
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Summary Procedures In International Arbitration - Pros And Cons
Traditionally, arbitration has been hailed by some as a faster, cheaper, and therefore preferable method of dispute resolution than, for example, court litigation.
Worldwide
19 Apr 2017
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A New Breakthrough - Working Towards Globalising The Enforceability Of Singapore Court Judgments
The CCAA was enacted on 14 April 2016. It gives effect to Singapore's treaty obligations under 2005 Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements thereby allowing Singapore to ratify it.
Singapore
29 Apr 2016
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Dentons Hong Kong's Arbitration Team Contributes To The International Arbitration Review
Partner Keith Brandt and senior managing associate Michael Kan in Dentons' Hong Kong office, have authored the China chapter for the sixth edition of the International Arbitration Review...
China
5 Apr 2016
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Dentons Hong Kong's Arbitration Team Contributes To The International Arbitration Review
This chapter highlights a few changes regarding the CIETAC (China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission)'s arbitration rules which reflect the latest international trends.
China
19 Nov 2015
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The International Arbitration Review: Sixth Edition – China Chapter
On 4 November 2014, CIETAC issued its revised arbitration rules to replace the previous version of the rules issued on 3 February 2012 (the 2012 Rules) in its continued quest to strive for international best practice.
China
13 Sep 2015
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International Arbitration - LCIA Guidance Notes
The three Notes will be of particular interest to those involved in, or considering the use of, arbitration to resolve disputes.
UK
16 Jul 2015
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International Commercial Arbitration Award Enforced Despite Lack Of Reasons
The requirement to give reasons is generally considered an inherent and fundamental component of the arbitrator’s role.
Canada
18 Jul 2012
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Letters Of Request: Court Upholds Public Policy Limits On Enforcement
In recent years the Canadian courts have been increasingly willing to enforce the judgments of foreign courts and assist in the administration of foreign justice, particularly in permitting the taking of evidence in Canada for use in a foreign proceeding. One commonly used method when evidence is to be obtained from an individual in Canada for a proceeding in a foreign jurisdiction is a letter of request or letters rogatory.
Canada
22 Mar 2007
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