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16 Jan 2019Resolving Business and Human Rights Disputes by Arbitration
Businesses in the 21st century operate in an increasingly complex environment: they manage extensive supply chains in multiple jurisdictions, oversee relationships with a variety of stakeholders, including local communities and the local labour force
16 Jan 2019One-sided jurisdiction clauses in Europe: What should it take to assess thier validity
Contractual arrangements in international commerce are subject to the principle of party autonomy. The general possibility of the parties to agree on the competent court for potential disputes arising out of or in connection with the relevant agreement can be regarded as integral aspect of this principle.
16 Jan 2019London Branch Seminar: ADR in the Age of Crypto-Currencies
On 29 November 2018 the London Branch held a seminar on the subject of “ADR in the Age of Cryptocurrencies”