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No-Deal Brexit: Impact On Supply Chains And International Trade
While a range of outcomes, including a departure under the terms of the current Withdrawal Agreement, remains possible, it is important for businesses to plan for a no-deal Brexit.
UK
10 Sep 2019
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US Trade Representative Publishes Fourth List Of Chinese Products Subject To Section 301 Tariffs
The United States Trade Representative (USTR) has announced the fourth list of Chinese products that will be subject to an additional 10 percent tariff under Section 301 of the Trade Act of 1974
United States
21 Aug 2019
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Administering Registrations In The Customs Register Of Intellectual Property (CRIP) In The Electronic Format
On 8 July 2019, Order of the Federal Customs Service (FCS) No. 131 dated 28 January 2019 became effective.
Russian Federation
13 Aug 2019
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Israel Group News August 2019
Welcome to the August 2019 issue of our global newsletter.
Israel
9 Aug 2019
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EU Impact - Issue 6
While you are looking forward to departing on your well-deserved summer holidays (or are reading our newsletter while at your holiday destination already),
European Union
6 Aug 2019
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What Will A Boris Johnson Premiership Mean For Business In The MENA Region?
Boris Johnson was elected leader of the Conservative Party on Tuesday 23 July, and appointed Prime Minster of the United Kingdom on Wednesday 24 July
Worldwide
31 Jul 2019
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EU Impact - Issue 5/2019
Despite record temperatures in some EU countries these days, political developments in Brussels and Member States' capitals have rather sped up than slowed down
European Union
12 Jul 2019
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Deadlines Approaching Fast For Fourth Set Of Section 301 Tariffs
On May 17, 2019, the United States Trade Representative (USTR) published a new proposed list of Chinese origin products that would be subject to additional import tariffs under Section 301
United States
28 Jun 2019
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Trade War Escalating: China Will Blacklist "Unreliable Entities"
The Ministry of Commerce of China (MOFCOM) announced in a press conference on May 31, 2019 that the Chinese government will introduce an "Unreliable Entity List" regime.
China
26 Jun 2019
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Tax: Exit Charges Go Back to ECJ
The Supreme Court of Amsterdam has recently referred a case to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) on the legitimacy of tax exit charges.
European Union
1 Oct 2010
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Akzo Nobel: No Privilege For In-House Lawyers Under EU Competition Law
On 14 September 2010, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) confirmed in a landmark case that the concept of privilege under EU law does not extend to communications with in-house counsel.
UK
21 Sep 2010
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A New Financial Supervisory Framework for Europe
On 2 September 2010 a provisional agreement was reached between the EU Council, the European Parliament and the European Commission on the new financial supervisory framework for Europe.
UK
14 Sep 2010
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International Arbitration Newsletter - Q3 2010
This is a reproduction of the summer edition of our quarterly electronic newsletter.
UK
 
7 Sep 2010
14
Spain to Review Arbitration Law
The Spanish Council of Ministers has approved a draft bill to amend the 2003 Spanish Arbitration Act, which will now be submitted for approval by the Spanish Parliament.
Spain
23 Aug 2010
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New IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration
The International Bar Association (IBA) has adopted the new IBA Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration (the new IBA Rules), which have since replaced the 1999 version of the Rules.
UK
 
23 Aug 2010
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US Supreme Court Decision Confirms Arbitrators' Jurisdiction To Decide Questions Of Arbitrability
The United States Supreme Court recently held in Rent-A-Center, West, Inc. v. Jackson ("Rent-a-Center") that arbitrators, rather than the courts, have jurisdiction to determine challenges to the validity of arbitration clauses in which questions of arbitrability are delegated to the arbitrator, unless the challenging party specifically alleges that the delegation provision is invalid.
UK
23 Aug 2010
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International Arbitration Newsletter - Q2 2010
In the current economic climate, parties to commercial disputes are increasingly concerned about the recovery risk involved in pursuing arbitration proceedings, in particular the risk that an opponent may not be able to comply with an arbitral award made against it or that an opponent's future financial security becomes uncertain (such as a risk of insolvency arising after proceedings have been commenced).
UK
 
28 Jul 2010
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LCIA Arbitration: Tribunal's Power to Order Security for The Amount in Dispute
In the current economic climate, parties to commercial disputes are increasingly concerned about the recovery risk involved in pursuing arbitration proceedings, in particular the risk that an opponent may not be able to comply with an arbitral award made against it or that an opponent's future financial security becomes uncertain (such as a risk of insolvency arising after proceedings have been commenced).
UK
7 Jun 2010
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The Recognition of Foreign Arbitral Awards in Brazil
Arbitration is increasingly being chosen as a method of resolving disputes in contracts involving Brazilian parties.
Brazil
 
7 Jun 2010
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Rome II Compels English Court to Calculate Damages Under Spanish Law
The English High Court has applied Rome II for the first time in a reported decision (Jacobs v Motor Insurers Bureau [2010] EWHC 231 (QB)) reaching the rather disquieting conclusion that Spanish law should be applied to determine the computation of compensation payable to a UK resident under a UK statutory compensation scheme (the Motor Insurers Bureau's scheme for uninsured motorists).
UK
14 Apr 2010
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