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By Philippe Bärtsch, Luka Groselj
In a French-language decision dated 22 May 2018, the Swiss Supreme Court rejected two challenges against the same CAS award.
By Philippe Bärtsch, Luka Groselj
In a French-language decision dated 2 May 2018, the Swiss Supreme Court partially upheld a challenge against a Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) award.
By David Mamane, Karin Amberg
Adressaten des Kartellrechts sind primär Unternehmen. Der aktuelle WEKO-Entscheid zu Absprachen im Graubündner Baugewerbe zeigt, dass jedoch auch Verbände ...
By Benjamin Borsodi, Louis Burrus, David Mamane, Samuel Hagenstein-Jost
Le droit de la concurrence s‘adresse principalement aux entreprises. Toutefois, la récente décision de la ComCo concernant les accords dans le secteur de la construction aux Grisons démontre que les ...
By David Mamane, Karin Amberg
The primary addressees of competition law are companies. However, the recent ComCo decision concerning agreements in the Grisons construction industry ...
By Nathalie Voser, Nadia Walker
In a German-language decision dated 1 May 2018, the Swiss Supreme Court rejected an application to set aside an interim award made by an ad hoc arbitration tribunal in a dispute between...
By Nathalie Voser, Nadja Al Kanawati
In a French-language decision dated 18 April 2018, but only recently published, the Swiss Supreme Court dismissed a challenge to an award rendered by a three-member tribunal under...
By Christopher Boog, Simon Demaurex
In a German-language decision of 30 April 2018 (which will not be published in the official court reporter), the Swiss Supreme Court held that a motion to set aside an international award...
By Nathalie Voser, Katherine Bell
In a decision dated 18 April 2018, which was published on 4 May 2018 and is marked for inclusion in the official court reporter, the Swiss Supreme Court rejected a request by football club...
By Olivier Hari
L'insolvabilité et la coopération internationale en matière d'insolvabilité ont fait l'objet de récents développements, particulièrement dans l'Union Européenne – mais aussi ailleurs, sous l'impulsion de la CNUDCI.
By Olivier Hari
Die Vorschriften über die grenzüberschreitende Zusammenarbeit bei Konkurs- und Insolvenzverfahren waren Gegenstand neuerer Entwicklungen, insbesondere in der Europäischen Union, aber unter dem Einfluss der UNICITRAL auch anderenorts.
By Vincent Jeanneret, Olivier Hari, Urs Hoffmann-Nowotny, Benno Strub
Insolvency and international cooperation in insolvency matters have been subject to recent developments, particularly in the European Union but also internationally, as mandated by the UNCITRAL.
By Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd
In late April of this year, the British bank TSB moved millions of customer accounts from the systems of Lloyds Bank, which has hosted them since TSB was separated from Lloyds ...
By Nathalie Voser, Michael Hess, Katherine Bell, Vincent Carron
On 4 May 2018 the Swiss Federal Supreme Court published leading case 4A_7/2018 dated 18 April 2018, which has been marked for inclusion in the official court reporter.
By Roland Mathys
With the intensified business pervasion by technology, white-collar crime is also increasingly shifting into the digital sphere. Hardly any company has not yet been targeted or even become the victim of a cyber-attack.
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