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One contract; three laws

  • Squire Sanders
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  • United Kingdom
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  • June 28 2012

In the recent case of Sulamérica Cia Nacional de Seguros, S.A. and ors. v Enesa Engenharia, S.A. and ors. 2012 EWCA Civ 638, the English Court of Appeal has provided useful clarification regarding a tricky, but not uncommon, issue arising in relation to international contracts: namely, the interrelationship between the different systems of law governing different parts of a contract and its effect on the parties chosen method(s) for resolving disputes

Courts required to assess of their own motion whether terms fair under UTCCR 1999

  • Squire Sanders
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  • European Union, Spain, United Kingdom
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  • October 29 2009

In a reference from the Spanish courts in the case of Asturcom Telecomunicaciones SL v Maria Cristina Rodriguez Nogueira, the ECJ has considered whether, in proceedings involving a term in a consumer contract, a national court must consider of its own motion whether that term is unfair within the Unfair Terms in Consumer Contracts Directive (9313EEC) (the Directive

Abitration to set aside company’s resolutions

  • Squire Sanders
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  • Spain
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  • July 3 2008

In this decision, the Spanish Supreme Court studies the submission to arbitration of the appeal against corporate agreements, performing a comprehensive analysis of the existing doctrine regarding a heteronomous method for solving controversies together with the imperative regulation that governs appeals against the agreements adopted by the General Shareholders Meeting of a Limited Corporation