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Arbitration in Italy - The New Rules of the Milan Chamber of Arbitration

Italy - March 20 2019 On March 1, 2019, the Milan Chamber of Arbitration ("CAM"), the leading Italian institution, managing 2/3 of the international arbitrations having…

Francesca Petronio.

The EU is Launching “INSTEX” to Support Trade with Iran Despite U.S. Sanctions

European Union, Iran - February 4 2019 On January 31, 2019—four months after the EU Commission confirmed its intention to adopt specific measures aimed at facilitating trade with Iran and…

Bruno Cova.

The EU Commission Aims Its “Blocking Statute” at Renewed U.S. Sanctions Against Iran: What Will This Mean for EU Companies?

Iran - May 29 2018 On Tuesday, May, 8, 2018 President Donald Trump announced that the United States will no longer extend the waivers that have suspended U.S. sanctions…

Behnam Dayanim, Bruno Cova, Scott M. Flicker.

Italy Introduces New Measures to Simplify Dual-Use Export Transactions and Sets the Sanctions Related to Trade Embargoes and Proliferating Materials

Italy - January 22 2018 Legislative Decree No. 221 (“Decree”) entered into force on 17 January 2018 and aimed to organize and simplify the authorization procedures for the…

Bruno Cova.

Italy Admits Punitive Damages

Italy - July 18 2017 On July 5, 2017, the Joint Divisions of the Italian Court of Cassation ruled, for the very first time, in favor of the enforceability in Italy of…

Francesca Petronio, Francesco Falco.