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Parliament Amends Bill Establishing Brussels International Business Court
The jurisdiction of the BIBC will be based on the consent of all parties involved.
Belgium
11 Mar 2019
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Supreme Court Rules On Validity Of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's Arbitration Clause In Light Of Article 6 European Convention On Human Rights
In 2010, NATO terminated the service agreement and Mr. P then brought an action for damages before the Belgian courts.
Belgium
6 Dec 2018
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Brussels Court Of Appeal Holds FIFA And UEFA Arbitration Clauses To Be Inapplicable
In a case involving FIFA and UEFA, the Brussels Court of Appeal, handed down an important judgment on 28 August 2018 in which it refused to refer a dispute to arbitration despite the existence of arbitration clauses ...
Belgium
7 Nov 2018
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ECJ Rules On Validity Of Investor-State Dispute Settlement Clauses In Intra-EU Bilateral Investment Treaty
The proceedings were initiated on the basis of the Czechoslovakia-Netherlands BIT.
European Union
2 May 2018
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Yukos Case: Brussels Court Of First Instance Unfreezes Russia's Assets
Russia responded and started third-party opposition proceedings before the Court in which it challenged the legality of those seizures.
European Union
10 Aug 2017
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English High Court Issues "FRAND" Injunction In Dispute Involving Standard Essential Patents
On 7 June 2017, Justice Birss of the English High Court of Justice issued a "FRAND" injunction against Huawei in its longstanding licensing dispute pitting it against Unwired Planet, a US based patent assertion entity.
European Union
9 Aug 2017
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Commission Fines Facebook € 110 Million For Providing Misleading Information In WhatsApp Review
On 18 May 2017, the European Commission fined Facebook € 110 million for providing misleading information under the EU Merger Regulation.
European Union
20 Jun 2017
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English High Court Delivers Judgment In FRAND Royalty Case
The present case related to issues of competition law, FRAND, injunctions and damages.
UK
20 Jun 2017
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Constitutional Court Holds That Third Party Opposition Against Arbitral Awards Is Admissible
This judgment arose following an arbitral award given in 2012. A company that was not a party to the arbitration proceedings but nevertheless felt aggrieved by the award initiated third party proceedings...
Belgium
29 Mar 2017
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Société Générale's Fine Substantially Reduced For Its Involvement In The Euribor Cartel – This Case Highlights Challenges Of The Settlement Procedure
On 6 April 2016, the European Commission announced that it had reduced the fine imposed on French bank Société Générale from €446 million to €227.7 million after having revised the value of sales used to calculate the fine.
European Union
17 May 2016
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Belgian Competition Authority Adopts Its First Settlement Decision In Supermarkets Cartel Case
The BCA found that retailers had indirectly coordinated price increases of specific DPH products in Belgium by exchanging information with other retailers via the relevant suppliers.
Belgium
5 Aug 2015
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EU General Court Rules On Hybrid Cartel Settlement For First Time
The cartel in question was a six-party European cartel among makers of phosphates used in animal feed, dating back to 1969.
European Union
16 Jun 2015
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Changes In Polish Competition Law
On 18 January 2015, a major reform of Polish competition law entered into force.
Poland
5 Feb 2015
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Recast Of Brussels I Regulation Extends Scope Of Jurisdiction Rules And Facilitates Cross-Border Recognition And Enforcement Of Judgments
On 6 December 2012, the European Council adopted a recast of Regulation 44/2001 on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters.
European Union
15 Jan 2013
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European Commission Proposes Incentives For Use Of Alternative Dispute Resolution
On 29 November 2011, the European Commission adopted a package of proposals in order to encourage consumers to solve their conflicts through out-of-court proceedings.
European Union
16 Dec 2011
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European Commission Proposes Recasting of the Brussels I Regulation
On 14 December 2010, the European Commission adopted a proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters (the "Proposal").
Belgium
 
20 Jan 2011
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