Mondaq Europe: Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Family Court and Federal Circuit Court are no longer accepting cheque or money order payments as of 1 March, 2017.
Wolf Theiss
Arbitration is becoming more efficient and transparent and less expensive thanks to recent revisions to the ICC Rules of Arbitration.
Giambrone
Giambrone has launched a three pronged attack on Banc de Binary and Options FM Group in an attempt to retrieve the funds lost by our clients to these organisations.
Dillon Eustace
The Court of Appeal has published its decision in SPV Optimal Osus Limited v HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Ireland) Limited & Others (Unreported, Court of Appeal, 2 March 2017)...
Dillon Eustace
The Supreme Court in Russell v The Health Service Executive (Unreported, Supreme Court Determination, 1 February 2017) [2017] IESCDET 10 has refused to hear an appeal on the discount rate...
Mason Hayes & Curran
In March, the Court of Appeal considered in Purcell v Central Bank of Ireland the context in which ‘without prejudice' documents can be disclosed as part of a discovery request.
Clyde & Co
In a controversial decision, the Spanish Supreme Court has annulled an award on grounds that the tribunal was not properly constituted where an award was made without the presence...
Rihm Attorneys
In a decision rendered on March 2, 2017, the Swiss Supreme Court ruled that a sole arbitrator did not violate fundamental procedural principles and/or a party's right to be appropriately heard by . . .
Rihm Attorneys
The Swiss Federal Criminal Court in Bellinzona ruled that an accused party may personally participate in cases where the Swiss Federal Attorneys Office takes evidence abroad via the means of international criminal assistance procedures.
Guzeloglu Attorneys-at-law
In a recent decision of Turkish Court of Cassation ("Court) dated 23 January 2017; the Court held that an arbitration clause should clearly express the absolute intention to arbitrate.
ELIG, Attorneys-at-Law
The new Law on Experts No. 6754 ("Expert Law") brought fundamental changes to the system of court-appointed experts in the litigation process.
Erdem & Erdem Law
The issue of arbitrability defines whether a dispute may be resolved through arbitration by the free will of the parties, instead of through the state courts.
Erdem & Erdem Law
In practice, it is questioned whether an arbitrator has the discretion to apply soft laws without the agreement of the parties.
Erdem & Erdem Law
By the inauguration of the Regional Courts of Appeal ("RCA") on July 20th, 2016, a change has been made from the two-tier appellate review system to one that is three-tier.
Withers LLP
The general rule for litigation conducted before the Courts in England and Wales is that the unsuccessful party will be ordered to pay the costs of the successful party.
Herbert Smith Freehills
Two of the biggest challenges for parties involved in dispute resolution – whether arbitration or litigation – are the length of time involved and the cost of the process.
McDermott Will & Emery
The Court of Appeal's ruling in Dawson-Damer v Taylor Wessing offers beneficiaries rights of access to personal data held by trustees and their legal advisers.
Gowling WLG
The ICC's 2017 Arbitration Rules entered into force on 1 March 2017 and apply to arbitrations commenced on or after that date.
Debenhams Ottaway
Much of lower value litigation in the multi-track takes place in the county court. Recent cuts and supposed efficiency moves have led to a fragmented county court system.
Dentons
The UK Supreme Court last week issued the latest decision in a long-running attempt to enforce a US$150 million Nigerian arbitration award (IPCO (Nigeria) Limited v. Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation...
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Mason Hayes & Curran
The first ‘right to be forgotten' case in the Irish courts came before Dublin Circuit Civil Court in May 2016.
Withers LLP
This week's corporate law news roundup includes discussions of the American Bar Association's release of its first complete revision to the Model Business Corporation Act since 1984;
Clyde & Co
In our series of articles addressing the legal structures of smart contracts or dynamic contracts – some of which will utilise blockchain technology...
De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek N.V.
Enforcement actions by criminal and supervisory authorities are settled regularly.
Ogier
Jersey's Viscount is seeking the assistance of the English High Court for the first time in 36 years in a £1.3 billion cross-border insolvency case.
Field Fisher
The Serious Fraud Office has entered into a significant Deferred Prosecution Agreement (DPA) with Rolls-Royce PLC. Approved in principle by Sir Brian Leveson QC on 16 January 2017.
Erdem & Erdem Law
In practice, it is questioned whether an arbitrator has the discretion to apply soft laws without the agreement of the parties.
Marks & Clerk
In decision T 2561/11, the EPO Board of Appeal found an Appeal to be admissible despite certain omissions in the Notice of Appeal.
Withers LLP
The claimant (Adejumoke Adepoju) was described by the judge as 'argumentative, theatrical and sure she was right' and that she 'asked questions rather than answering them.'
Fenwick Elliott LLP
In this Insight, we look at a recent Court of Appeal case on On-Demand Performance Securities (specifically Standby Letters of Credit) provided by a Brazilian contractor to the NIDCO pursuant to a FIDIC Yellow Book contract.
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