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By Martin Weber, Zlatina Iliev
Le 1er Juillet 2015, suite à une procédure d'une rapidité inhabituelle, la Suisse a adopté, sous pression de la communauté international ...
By Martin Weber, Zlatina Iliev
Nachdem die Schweiz unter internationalem Druck in einem unüblich schnellen Verfahren per 1. Juli 2015 erhöhte Transparenzvorschriften für Kapitalgesellschaften eingeführt hat ...
By Martin Weber, Zlatina Iliev
In an unusually fast procedure due to international pressure, Switzerland enacted increased transparency regulations for corporations, which became effective as of 1 July 2015.
By Christopher Boog
In decision 4A_505/2017, the Swiss Supreme Court rejected a challenge to set aside an award based on an alleged violation of the right to be heard and lack of impartiality of the tribunal.
By Christopher Boog, Damien Clivaz
In decision 4A_578/2017, the Swiss Supreme Court dismissed a request by a Romanian football player to set aside an award issued by the Court of Arbitration ...
By Nathalie Voser, Benjamin Gottlieb
In decision 4A_125/2018, the Swiss Supreme Court dismissed a request by a former client of a Swiss law firm to set aside an award which confirmed that the firm could receive a contingency fee ...
By Nathalie Voser, Nadja Al Kanawati
In Decision 4A_404/2017, the Swiss Supreme Court dismissed an application to set aside an award based on the principle of extra or ultra petita.
By Nathalie Voser, Annabelle Möckesch
The Annex contains the truly remarkable feature of the new SIA Rules, namely the urgent determination procedure.
By Philippe Bärtsch, Luka Groselj
In decision 4A_502/2017, the Swiss Supreme Court rejected a challenge to set aside a Court of Arbitration for Sport award based on an alleged violation of the right to be heard and breach of substantive public policy.
By Nathalie Voser, Luka Groselj
In decision 4A_491/2017, the Swiss Supreme Court rejected a challenge to set aside a partial award on the grounds of violation of the right to be heard and substantive public policy.
By Elliott Geisinger, Nathalie Voser, Philippe Bärtsch, Christopher Boog
On 31 July 2018, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) released its full statistical report for 2017.
By Nathalie Voser, Benno Strub
On 15 June 2018, the Swiss parliament passed a revision of the statute of limitations. A special category of damages was created, namely personal injuries, to which a relative limitation period of three years ...
By Olivier Favre
While a part of the derivatives market is already cleared through central counterparties at present, the Swiss regulation of derivatives transactions under the Financial Market Infrastructure Act ...
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.
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