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Garrigues | OECD, Spain | 21 Jul 2022

New changes coming in relation to conciliation

The recent changes that have taken place in our personal and working environments, together with the needs of families particularly evident as a…
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Garrigues | Peru | 10 May 2022

Perú: Se fijan consecuencias legales para proveedores o consumidores que no asistan sin justificación a las audiencias de conciliación en Protección al Consumidor

Si el proveedor no asiste a la audiencia de conciliación, el INDECOPI le podrá imponer una multa. Y, si es el consumidor quien no asiste, se…
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Kubas Kos Gałkowski | Poland | 5 May 2022

Motion for summons to conciliation session will not interrupt course of limitation period

An amendment to the Polish Civil Code was recently announced. The amendment affects article 121 of the Civil Code, which specifies when a limitation period is subject to suspension. This amendment should be regarded as another step by the Polish legislature to counteract the practice of submitting motions for a summons to a conciliation session for purposes other than to reach a settlement.
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Khaitan Legal Associates | Global | 25 Apr 2022

Conciliation and Arbitration under the MSME Act - Distinct and mandatory processes

With the increasing burden on Civil Courts, the Legislature has, under various statutes, provided that disputing parties first undergo mandatory…
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PLMJ | Portugal | 22 Feb 2022

In-court conciliation – is it a viable option?

The Portuguese Code of Civil Procedure has always provided for in-court conciliation, with the judge able and even duty-bound to seek conciliation between the parties at the beginning of any hearing. Despite this provision, in-court conciliation in Portugal is at the embryonic stage; the legislature is looking for incentives to promote in-court conciliation. However, there may be doubts on......
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GRAF ISOLA Rechtsanwälte GmbH | Austria | 24 Aug 2021

Supreme Court rule on pursuing claims via conciliation board

The Supreme Court recently held that a provision in an employment contract requiring an employee to pursue their claims through mandatory dispute resolution by way of a conciliation board was one-sided and delayed enforcement of claims; therefore, it was null and void. The conciliation procedure was intended to aid the employee and the employer in settling the matter by way of a compromise......
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Juris Corp, Advocates & Solicitors | India | 19 Jan 2021

Multiplicity in arbitration: perils and adversities

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanisms, consisting of arbitration, conciliation, mediation, negotiation and Lok Adalat, was introduced inter…
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Gowling WLG | United Kingdom | 19 Oct 2020

Changes to the Acas early conciliation procedure

The Rules of Procedure for Acas Early Conciliation are changing on 1 December 2020. Here our employment law experts consider the impact of this change…
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AZB & Partners | India | 13 Aug 2019

The Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2019 - Key Highlights

On August 9, 2019, the President of India gave his assent to the amendments to the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (‘Act’) and the same has…
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Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan | India | 8 Aug 2019

A step towards strengthening institutional arbitration in India - New Delhi International Arbitration Centre Act, 2019

With a view to promote institutional arbitration and to make India a destination for conducting international arbitration, a new bill was introduced…
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