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SHUPL International Arbitration Conference (International Multi-Party, Multi-Contract and Supply Chain Arbitrations), tomorrow 8 April 2021More
CIArb European Branch Conference & AGM
The CIArb European Branch Conference & AGM "Anti-Globalization and International Arbitration: Winds of Change and Protest in Europe?" will take place on the 26th and 27th April 2019.
Mag. Ralph Kilches is one of 3 speakers, who presents the topic "The Future of Investment Arbitration in Europe in the Wake of Achmea, for Better or for Worse..." (11:45-1:00 pm). More
On the (in)validity of allographic wills
According to the latest decision of the Supreme Court, testamentary decrees not handwritten by the testator are only valid if the testamentary witnesses themselves sign on the deed. More
The clauses "manual rework" and "third-party charges" are void
The clause “manual rework of transactions € 2,90/3,90” contained in a bank's general terms and conditions, according to which consumers must pay the specified fees even if the manual rework of their transaction is necessary solely for reasons attributable to the credit institution (such as computer errors), is grossly disadvantageous and therefore ineffective. More
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