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New Draft Changes In Anti-Bribery Law Good News For Companies With Effective Compliance Programmes
China's National People's Congress recently released new draft amendments to the commercial bribery provisions in China's unfair competition legislation, following the circulation of an initial draft...
Worldwide
24 Mar 2017
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Haviltex Or CAO Standard – Supreme Court Rules On Interpretation Of Contracts
The Dutch Supreme Court recently delivered an important ruling on the interpretation of contracts.
Netherlands
20 Dec 2016
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Court Hears Cartel Damages Claim Despite Arbitration Clause
An arbitration clause did not prevent the Rotterdam District Court from considering itself competent to review a damages claim initiated by a litigation vehicle against a number of lift manufacturers...
Netherlands
20 Jul 2016
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Shopping Around For Ban On Sales Via Internet Platforms Makes EU Approach Welcome
Lately, the answer to whether competition rules apply to the banning of selling products via third-party online market places seems to depend on who you ask.
European Union
19 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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Double-Check Your Online Sales Contracts: Initial Results On Geo-Blocking Published
Companies should brace themselves for the extra attention that their agreements with online distributors, in particular, are likely to get.
Netherlands
18 Apr 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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New Institute To Promote Convergence Of Asian Business Laws
Chief Justice Menon announced the launch of the Asia Business Law Institute at the Singapore Academy of Law conference on 21 January 2016.
Worldwide
19 Feb 2016
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‘A Netherlands Commercial Court'
Ruud Hermans discusses the advantages of the foundation of a Netherlands Commercial Court (‘NCC'), a special court which can settle major international and domestic commercial disputes...
Netherlands
26 Nov 2015
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Supreme People's Court Of China Ruling Brings CIETAC Jurisdiction Disputes To An End
In 2012, the internal struggle within China's arbitration institute, CIETAC, resulted in a split-off by the Shanghai sub-commission and the South China sub-commission in Shenzhen.
China
14 Sep 2015
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Seller Presumed Liable If Lack Of Conformity Becomes Apparent Within Six Months
This case dealt with the sale of a car that caught fire four weeks after purchase. The owner of the car took the seller to court, and the case was eventually brought before the Arnhem-Leeuwarden Court of Appeal.
European Union
10 Jul 2015
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Commercial Reasons Required For Debt Financing, Even In Acquisitions
Recent case law illustrates the need for companies to carefully consider the risk of interest deductions being disallowed if they use a related party debt to fund an acquisition through a Dutch holding company.
Netherlands
8 Jul 2015
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Let's Get Digital: Prepare For Extreme Scrutiny Of Online Vertical Restraints
Companies should brace themselves for the extra attention their agreements with – particularly online – distributors are soon likely to get.
European Union
12 May 2015
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Rulings Confirm Jurisdiction Of Sub-Commissions Following CIETAC Split
After the Shanghai and South China sub-commissions split from the China’s arbitration institute CIETAC, there was uncertainty about the interpretation and validity of existing arbitration clauses...
China
20 Apr 2015
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Under Pressure? For The Time Being The ACM Maintains Liberal Approach To Vertical Restraints
The increasingly strict line taken by competition authorities in Austria, France, Germany and the UK has not compelled the Netherlands Authority for Consumers & Markets to change its liberal approach towards vertical restraints.
Netherlands
26 Jan 2015
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Reporting Obligations REMIT To Start At The End Of 2015
The European Commission adopted an implementing regulation on data reporting under REMIT at the end of December 2014.
Netherlands
26 Jan 2015
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Strengere Regels Voor Webwinkels Per 13 Juni 2014
Voor webwinkels nadert 13 juni met rasse schreden. Op die datum wordt de Nederlandse implementatiewet van de Europese richtlijn consumentenrechten van kracht.
Netherlands
13 Jun 2014
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Cessie- En Verpandingsverboden Van Vorderingen Verliezen Meestal Goederenrechtelijk Effect
Afgelopen vrijdag 21 maart heeft de Hoge Raad in de zaak Coface Finanz/Intergamma feitelijk een einde gemaakt aan het goederenrechtelijk effect van contractuele cessie- en verpandingsverboden
Netherlands
27 Mar 2014
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Interpreting Contracts Other Than On The Basis Of Wording Remains Possible (In Dutch)
De taalkundige betekenis van de gekozen bewoordingen in een overeenkomst hoeft niet doorslaggevend te zijn.
Netherlands
18 Mar 2014
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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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