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11/05/2014

Konrad & Partners attended this year´s “WU Karrieretag”, an annual career´s day for in particular„Wirtschaft & Recht“ students and alumnis, hosted by the WU ZBP Career Center and ELSA .

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10/31/2014

With the intention of meeting the demands of the business market, Macedonian law has fully recognised the value of arbitration as an effective and efficient forum for international commercial dispute resolution. Macedonian arbitration law, which has been gradually amended over recent years, permits...

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10/09/2014

The 22nd Croatian Arbitration Days, an annual international arbitration conference organised by the Permanent Arbitration Court at the Croatian Chamber of Economy (CCE) will take place from 4-5 December this year.

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06/10/2014

According to Article 190(2)(d) of the Swiss Private International Law Act (PILA), an arbitral award may be annulled in cases where the principle of equal treatment or the right to be heard was violated during the arbitration proceedings.

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06/04/2014

According to Article 123 (f) of the Swiss Federal Statute on the Federal Tribunal (FSFT), the revision of a judgment may be requested where criminal proceedings establish that the court’s decision has been influenced by a criminal offence.

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06/03/2014

In the past, international derivatives transactions, for instance relating to stock options or future swaps, have in general been documented under framework agreements, in particular the so-called ISDA 1992 and 2002 Master Agreements.

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05/28/2014

Danube University Krems’ new LL.M. Programme “International Dispute Resolution” starts in March 2015. The four-semester master’s degree programme is postgradual, part time, and aims at lawyers from any jurisdictions.

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04/23/2014

Since the Austrian Arbitration Act 2006 entered into force, it has been widely disputed between legal scholars, whether and to what extent the consumer protection clause of the Act – which severely restricts the possibility of concluding arbitration agreements with consumers – also applies in...

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01/30/2014

On 1 January 2014, the renewed Austrian Arbitration Law has come into force (SchiedsRÄG 2013) introducing major changes. The most significant and important amendment is the long anticipated shortening of the procedural levels for setting aside an arbitral award.

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