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GRATA International
Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments on the commercial matters against legal entities in Belarus are not rare. If decision of the foreign court is not executed voluntary by the Belarusian debtor than one shall deal with procedure of recognition and enforcement.
European Union
W Legal
Goodbye to Council Regulation (EC) No 1206/2001 of 28 May 2001 and no hello to EU Recast Evidence Regulation – and Coronavirus controls procedure...
Dorda Rechtsanwälte GmbH
Mit Ablauf des 31. 12. 2020 endete der in Art 126 des Austrittsabkommens zwischen der EU und dem Vereinigten Königreich vereinbarte Übergangszeitraum und damit ua auch...
Ireland
Arthur Cox
In Kelly v Minister for Agriculture and Others the Supreme Court quashed the Cabinet's decision to dismiss the applicant from his position as harbour master at Killybegs Fishery Harbour Centre.
William Fry
Newcastle United Football Club (Newcastle) recently applied to remove the chair of the arbitration panel due to consider the Premier League's rejection of a proposed takeover of the club.
Italy
Boccadutri International Law Firm
Italian law protects children and those in economic difficulty following a separation, by assigning a monthly support amount to be paid by the court-determined spouse.
Malta
Ganado Advocates
On 27 May 2021, the First Hall Civil Court (the "Court"), presided over by Mr Justice Robert G. Mangion considered the execution of a bill of exchange.
Romania
MPR Partners
As a result, the Informatic System for Electronic Surveillance ("ISES") will be initiated and run a pilot program between March 1, 2022, and December 31, 2025.
Turkey
Bener Law Office
Türk Ticaret Kanunu'nda düzenlenen kıymetli evrak türleri arasında yer alan çek, hukuki niteliği itibariyle ticari iş ve işlemlerde yaygın şekilde kullanılan bir ödeme aracıdır.
UK
Preiskel & Co
On 20 January 2021, the Court of Appeal handed down its judgment in the case of Phones 4U Limited v EE Limited [2021] EWCA Civ 116.
Astraea Group
The Pilot has been applicable to all cases in the Business and Property Courts since 1 January 2019.
RFB Legal
Fly-tipping – the illegal dumping of waste, whether it's an old mattress, a few bin bags or large amounts of industrial material – is a menace and a potential public health risk.
Russell-Cooke Solicitors
A Conservative MP has been fined after his puppy caused a stampede of deer by chasing a 200-strong herd in London.
J A Kemp LLP
The EPO's Enlarged Board of Appeal (EBA) is currently considering in case G1/21 the legality of holding oral proceedings by video conference without the consent of the parties...
Walker Morris
Commercial arrangements can break down even at the best of times. The risk of disputes arising typically increases at times of political and economic change...
RFB Legal
The police used to refer to it as "assisting us with our inquiries" but it has long been the case that being under investigation followed a formal process.
Moon Beever
The Brake v Guy litigation has given rise to a number of judgments of no particular interest to the outside world (but if you think otherwise you can find them at [2021] EWHC 671 (Ch)...
Simkins
Michael Sivier, a political blogger, has won his appeal against the striking out of the public interest element of his defence in a dispute with the Countdown presenter, Rachel Riley.
PDT Solicitors
The Court's procedure on costs budgeting is to undergo a further shake-up, with the introduction from 1 October 2020 of new rules for varying costs budgets through the use of the new "Precedent T" procedure.
Eurofast
Ukraine is famous for its culture, cuisine, beautiful landscapes, fertile land, and rich natural resources. Being a plentiful and means rich country, Ukraine came up under the control of the group of oligarchs.
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