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EU Legislation Unclear for Autonomous Vehicles

European Union - April 6 2021 The liability regimes for product liability related to driverless cars in various European countries remain far from harmonized, and lawmakers trail…

Ozan Akyurek, Dorothée Weber-Bruls, Philipp Werner

New Guidance for Dutch Prosecutor on the Investigation and Prosecution of Foreign Corruption

Netherlands - October 27 2020 On October 1, 2020, the new Instruction on the Investigation and Prosecution of Foreign Corruption for the Dutch Public Prosecution Service ("DPPS")…

Sébastien Champagne, Bénédicte Graulle, Rick Van'T Hullenaar, Thomas Preute

New Instruction Guides the Dutch Prosecutor on How to Handle Large Settlements

Netherlands - September 28 2020 On September 4, 2020, a new Instruction for the Dutch Public Prosecution Service ("DPPS") entered into force, setting a framework for offering large…

Sébastien Champagne, Bénédicte Graulle, Rick Van'T Hullenaar, Thomas Preute

Muddy Road Ahead: European Liability Legislation Remains Unclear for Autonomous Vehicles

United Kingdom - August 23 2018 The German Road Traffic Act was recently adapted but remains unsatisfactory because it still does not govern level 5 cars, which is a hindrance to…

Ozan Akyurek, Anna Masser, Dorothée Weber-Bruls

Belgium adopts new arbitration law based on UNCITRAL Model Law

Belgium - October 11 2013 On June 24, the Belgian legislature enacted a new Arbitration Law that replaces all previous provisions on arbitration in the sixth part of the…

Sébastien Champagne