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Augusta Abogados | Spain | 24 May 2023

Entry into force of binding ADR in air transport claims

The Spanish State Aviation Safety Agency (AESA) has been accredited as an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) entity in the field of air transport. With this accreditation, the AESA will be responsible for the resolution of the new ADR procedure in claims brought in Spain that are based on the EU regulations on passenger protection. The new procedure will also now effectively enter into force.
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White & Case | China, Hong Kong | 19 May 2023

BRI-Related Disputes: Broader Access to Interim Relief and Enforcement in Mainland China

In 2018, the Supreme Peoples' Court established a "one-stop" international commercial dispute resolution mechanism (the "Mechanism"). The Mechanism…
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Reed Smith LLP | Global | 16 May 2023

International Arbitration - Institutional rules guide: May 2023

Choosing the right institution and arbitral rules for your commercial relationship has never been more Important, or more challenging in light of the…
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Ironbridge Legal | Australia, Hong Kong, Singapore, etc. | 11 May 2023

Victims of fraud may recover loss from their bank: the Quincecare duty in Australia

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2.1 million Australians experienced personal fraud in 2020-21. In 2022, the ACCC said that…

Cooper Grace Ward | Australia | 7 May 2023

The different types of dispute resolution

In this video, family lawyer Tiana Harris talks about the different types of dispute resolution that a party may participate in, whether or not they…
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McDermott Will & Emery | USA | 28 Apr 2023

Departments Release Update on No Surprises Act Independent Dispute Resolution Process

On April 27, 2023, The Departments of Health and Human Services (HHS), Labor, and the Treasury (the Departments) released a status update on the…
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HFW | Global, USA | 26 Apr 2023

Arbitrating DAO Disputes - A Delectable Can Of Worms?

This article examines some of the relatively novel issues which may arise, when arbitrating (in the traditional sense, rather than on-chain) disputes…
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Watson Farley & Williams | United Arab Emirates | 25 Apr 2023

Out With the Old and in With the New - The New UAE Commercial Agency Regime

Article Continuing the trend of introducing significant legislative reforms designed to attract foreign investment, the United Arab Emirates (the…
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Ironbridge Legal | Australia, Global, Spain | 12 Apr 2023

Arbitral Awards v State Immunity - a Pyrrhic Victory in the Australian High Court?

The High Court has handed down its anticipated decision in Kingdom of Spain v Infrastructure Services Luxembourg S.à.r.l [2023] HCA 11. The decision…
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