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ECtHR Ruling May Inspire Clarification Of The Double Jeopardy Principle In Dutch Law
Dual proceedings (administrative sanctions alongside criminal prosecution) may constitute a violation of the principle of ne bis in idem, also known as double jeopardy.
European Union
24 Jul 2017
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Singapore International Arbitration Centre Releases New Arbitration Rules
The release of the new rules marks the SIAC's 25th anniversary and confirms a commitment to providing the highest standard of efficient, professional case management for international arbitration.
Singapore
20 Jul 2016
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Ratified Hague Convention Makes Singapore International Commercial Court More Attractive
On 2 June 2016, Singapore ratified the 2005 Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements.
Singapore
22 Jun 2016
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New SIAC Statistics Helpful When Negotiating Arbitration Clauses
Within just 15 years, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) has become a reputable arbitration institute that is often taken into consideration when concluding arbitration clauses for contracts relating to Asia.
Singapore
15 Mar 2016
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India And Myanmar Seek To Improve Arbitration Framework
India and Myanmar have passed new laws regulating arbitration. These laws seek to fix the deficient framework for arbitration in the two countries.
Netherlands
18 Feb 2016
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The First Blow Is Half The Battle: The Torpedo In (International) Legal Proceedings
Daan Beenders and Wouter Hofstee describe the relevance of procedural law for strategic considerations in international litigation.
Netherlands
20 Jan 2016
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Dutch District Courts Introduce English Language Proceedings
On 1 January 2016, the Rotterdam District Court started a pilot project allowing cases involving maritime and transport law and international sale of goods to be conducted in English.
Netherlands
15 Jan 2016
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What Makes Challenges Challenging?
Of the many varied functions performed by the ICC International Court of Arbitration (the 'ICC Court') in the arbitral process, its role in resolving challenges to an arbitrator...
Netherlands
23 Dec 2015
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ECJ: Consumer May Sue Foreign Party And Its Domestic Contract Partner In One Action
The Court of Justice recently ruled on a question referred by an Austrian court about the Brussels I regulation.
Netherlands
17 Jan 2014
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