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EU: What is new in the recast Brussels I regulation on Jurisdiction and the Recognition and Enforcement in Civil and Commercial Matters (1st up-date)
The EU has recast its regulation no. 44/2001 with the same title which had served as model for the new Lugano Convention of 2007 which practically extended all its rules...
by Ulrich Münzer, Stuttgart, 3.3.2015 (as discussed with a Working Group of Libralex Members in Malmö, Sweden), DR. ULRICH MÜNZER
The New Portuguese Golden Visas
In order to attract foreign investment into Portugal and to help in the economical recovery, the Portuguese Government has created a regime for the granting of so-called...
by GDP ADVOGADOS ASSOCIADOS
GDP Provides support for the definition of “minimum services” in the Air Transport Industry
Several unions in the air transport sector have decided to organize and carry out a workers strike to oppose recent government measures. Such workers strike was to include...
by Francisco Alves Dias, GDP ADVOGADOS ASSOCIADOS
Another Italian reform - a new hope to unclog the Italian courts
The Italian government (still) hopes to prevent people from starting never-ending legal proceedings...
by Studio legale Scassellati-Sforzolini – Mazzi, STUDIO LEGALE SCASSELLATI SFORZOLINI - MAZZI
Sample multi-tier dispute resolution clauses
Prepared by Rebecca Attree, Attree & Co together with colleagues at ADR Net, a major UK Mediation provider, where she serves as a non- Executive Director.
by Rebecca Attree, ATTREE & CO
A Guide to Online and Alternative Dispute Resolution - what it means for Businesses in 2015
prepared by Rebecca Attree, Attree & Co together with colleagues at ADR Net, a major UK Mediation provider, where she serves as a non- Executive Director.
by Rebecca Attree, ATTREE & CO
Competition law in Bulgaria. Legal Framework and General Principles
This material aims to inform the recipients about the latest legal developments in the Bulgarian Competition Law sector. It does not constitute legal advice or a legal opinion...
by NINOV, TOSHEV & ALEXANDROVA LAW FIRM
EU: Jurisdiction in cross-border e-commerce with consumers (2nd up-date): your website may become a night-mare
The ECJ had decided on 7 December 2010 two cases concerning the jurisdiction in cross-border e-commerce with consumers and later decided on some remaining details...
by Ulrich Münzer, DR. ULRICH MÜNZER
Report on the Law Decree No. 132 of September 12, 2014
Report entered into force on September 13, 2014 issued by the Italian Government to introduce modifications in the Italian Civil procedure to reduce the duration of civil cases.
by Studio Legale Valobra Cherchi, STUDIO LEGALE VALOBRA-CHERCHI
The Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters
The submitted document shall provide the Members of Libralex E.E.I.G. a general overview of The Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matter.
by JUDr. Jakub Hlína, Mgr. Pavel Pinos, HSP & PARTNERS ADVOKÁTNÍ KANCELÁŘ V.O.S.
Class actions in Europe and the United States
The publication contains a collection of articles describing the current state of the law in Europe and in the United States.
by the LIBRALEX members
Islamic Finance and the UK
This note sets out to describe some of the ways in which the United Kingdom government has tried to make London a more attractive financial centre for Islamic money.
by Rupert Lescher, LAYTONS SOLICITORS LLP