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Turkish Constitutional Court: Dismissal Of An Objection For Being Time-Barred Without Considering The Notification's Receipt Date Violates The Right Of Access To The Court
Turkish Constitutional Court decided that dismissal of an applicant's objection to the consumer arbitration committee's decision as being time-barred, without considering the receipt date of the notice, violates the right of access ...
Turkey
29 Jul 2019
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Anayasa Mahkemesi: Tebligatın Teslim Alındığı Tarih Esas Alınmadan Süre Aşımı Kararı Verilmesi Mahkemeye Erişim Hakkını İhlal Eder
Anayasa Mahkemesi, başvurucu tarafından tüketici hakem heyeti kararına karşı yapılan itirazın tebligatın teslim alındığı tarih esas alınmadan süre yönünden reddedilmesinin, Anayasa'nın 36. maddesinde ...
Turkey
29 Jul 2019
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The Turkish Constitutional Court Decided That The Compulsory Pre-Mediation Process Set Forth In The Labour Court Law Is Not Unconstitutional
The Court also explained that the mediation process aims to settle disputes definitively and permanently in a shorter time and cost effective way.
Turkey
8 Feb 2019
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The Role And Benefits Of Injunctions In Turkish Intellectual Property Law
We are connected to the whole world with simply the click of a button. In moments a trade secret can become public knowledge, patents or designs can lose their novelty, or all work and effort invested...
Turkey
8 Mar 2018
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Turkish Constitutional Court: Tax Authority's Approach to Calculating Time for Undeclared Buildings and Land Does Not Breach Constitution
The Turkish Constitutional Court recently ruled that a provision which allows tax authorities to claim unpaid tax and tax fines for undeclared buildings and land within five years of becoming aware...
Turkey
25 Jan 2018
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Turkish Constitutional Court: Pro-Rata Attorney Fee In Consumer Courts Is Constitutional
The Consumer Court claimed these circumstances violated Article 2 and Article 10 of the Constitution.
Turkey
23 Jan 2018
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Turkey Clarifies Procedure For Consumer Arbitration Committee And Adjusts Monetary Limits
Turkey has clarified procedural steps for consumer disputes.
Turkey
11 Jan 2018
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Turkey Announces Compensation Rules For Employee Inventions Made Within Higher Education Institutions
Under Turkey's recently overhauled intellectual property regime, employees in higher education institutions are entitled to a reasonable fee for employee inventions.
Turkey
25 Oct 2017
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Turkey Streamlines Application Process For Initiating Consumer Arbitrations
The Consumer Arbitration Committee ("Committee") considers and make decisions on consumer conflicts worth up to 3,610 Turkish Lira.
Turkey
7 Sep 2017
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Turkey Updates Procedural Rules for Pre-Trial Settlement Negotiation Mechanism
The Turkish Bar Association has updated the rules for reconciliation negotiations. These are an alternative dispute resolution mechanism, available to parties before filing lawsuits (except those involving public order).
Turkey
9 May 2017
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Turkey Increases Monetary Caps for Consumer Arbitration Boards and Increases Fines for 2017
Turkey's Ministry of Customs and Trade ("Ministry") has increased the monetary limits for disputes which can be bought to consumer arbitration boards. Administrative fines under the Consumer Protection Law No: 6502 will also increase 3.83% from 1 January 2017.
Turkey
22 Dec 2016
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Turkey's Prime Ministry Encourages Public Institutions To Use Istanbul Arbitration Centre For Dispute Resolution
The Prime Ministry noted that arbitral awards by the ISTAC are definite, and can be enforced without an appeal process.
Turkey
8 Dec 2016
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The Rise Of Arbitration In Turkey
In accordance with the New York Convention, to recognise a foreign arbitral award in Turkey, the arbitral decision must not contradict the Turkish public order.
Turkey
6 Sep 2016
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Recent Commercial Arbitration Trends In Turkey
What factors often influence parties in their choice of arbitration over litigation? Could you outline some of the key benefits of the arbitration process for those involved?
Turkey
31 May 2016
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Omnibus Law Introduces Arbitration To Dispute Traffic Insurance Claims And Loosens Employee Annual Leave Requirements In Turkey
An omnibus law in Turkey has amended insurance provisions of the Highway Traffic Law No. 2918 to clarify document requirements and introduce the option of arbitration.
Turkey
26 May 2016
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Using Litigation Funding To Finance Disputes: A Global Trend Presents Opportunities For Turkish Parties
Litigation funding is a financial loan instrument which is used particularly in commercial and treaty arbitration and commercial cases.
Turkey
10 May 2016
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Uyuşmazlık Çözümünde Dava Fonları: Türk Taraflar için Global Fırsatlar
Dava fonlama (litigaiton funding/ third-party funding/ legal financing) özellikle yatırım tahkimi ve ticari tahkim ile finansal olarak güçlü şirketlerin davalı olduğu ticari davalarda davacıların başvurduğu bir finansal kredi aracıdır.
Turkey
10 May 2016
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Recent Turkish Dispute Resolution Trends: Increased Commercial Cases And Post-Transaction Disputes
An interview with Orçun Çetinkaya, dispute resolution Partner at Moroğlu Arseven.
Turkey
27 Apr 2016
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