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Baker McKenzie | Italy | 20 Nov 2018

Italy: State courts’ decisions on appointments and removals of arbitrators are final and not subject to extraordinary appeal

Article 111(7) of the Italian Constitution grants parties with the right to file an extraordinary appeal with the Supreme Court on grounds of error in


Baker McKenzie | United Kingdom, European Union | 20 Nov 2018

Daily Brexit Update - 19 November 2018

DUP abstain from the Finance Bill: This evening the DUP abstained in votes on the Finance Bill, in effect rejecting the recently announced Budget, in


Baker McKenzie | Global | 11 Nov 2016

Comparative Chart of International Arbitration Rules

This is a simplified guide intended to provide an overview of the similarities and differences among some of the major institutional and ad hoc


Baker McKenzie | Canada | 20 Oct 2016

Courts give the green light for fraud-based class actions in Canadian insolvency proceedings

Both of Canada’s primary insolvency statutes, the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act (“BIA”) and the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act (“CCAA”) provide


Baker McKenzie | USA, Iraq | 26 Sep 2016

Enforcement of Foreign Judgment. District court refuses to enforce foreign judgment from Iraqi court when the parties had agreed that their dispute would be arbitrated

In 2006 Plaintiff Iraq Middle Market Development Foundation ("IMMDF") and Al-Harmoosh for General Trade, Travel, and Tourism ("AGTTT"), located in


Baker McKenzie | Hong Kong | 20 Jul 2016

Money Laundering Does Not Require Actual Knowledge

There are increasingly aggressive efforts by regulators and now by the judiciary in Hong Kong in combating money laundering. The recent judgment of


Baker McKenzie | USA | 30 Jul 2015

Judicial review of arbitrability. District Court dismisses motion to compel arbitration with prejudice as to signatory not bound by arbitration clause, as dismissal without prejudice would have deprived signatory of right to have the court hear issues of arbitrability.

Petitioners, Ogden Power Development Cayman, Inc., Quezon Generating Co., Ltd., and GPI Quezon, Ltd, and Respondents PMR Limited Co. and PMR Power


Baker McKenzie | Spain, European Union | 30 Mar 2015

Spanish Supreme Court requests the CJEU to provide a preliminary ruling regarding compensation for moral prejudice in cases of intellectual property rights infringement

On 12 January 2015, the Civil Chamber of the Spanish Supreme Court issued an Order (hereinafter, the "Order") presenting a question for preliminary


Baker McKenzie | USA, Germany | 28 Nov 2014

Fifth Circuit denies recognition of German declaratory judgment and award of costs because the German court did not give preclusive effect to a prior dismissal with prejudice of parallel claims in Mississippi state court

Thomas L. Swarek and Thomas Anthony Swarek (“the Swareks”) sued Herman Derr (“Derr”) and Derr Plantation, Inc. in the Chancery Court of Mississippi


Baker McKenzie | USA | 29 May 2014

Court denies SEC's application for service by publication or email due to lack of evidence these methods would reach defendants in China

In connection with an action alleging fraud and other violations of U.S. securities laws against Chinese companies, the United States Securities and

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