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Carlos P Martins

Court rules EU Flight Delay Compensation Regulation claim cannot be enforced as breach of contract

Aviation - Canada
Bersenas Jacobsen Chouest Thomson Blackburn LLP

A recent decision from the Ontario Small Claims Court marks the first time that a Canadian court has considered whether EU air passenger rights legislation can be enforced outside Europe.

Sian Edmunds

Why is a change to allergen labelling laws necessary and what will happen next?

Product Regulation & Liability - United Kingdom
Burges Salmon LLP

The government recently announced that food businesses will soon be required to provide full ingredient labelling on foods which are pre-packed for direct sale.

Man Mohan Sharma

CCI penalises Godrej for role in bilateral ancillary cartel

Competition & Antitrust - India
Vaish Associates Advocates

In January 2019 the Competition Commission of India imposed a penalty of Rs85,01,364 on Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing Co Ltd for its role in a bilateral ancillary cartel, which violated Section 3(3) read with Section 3(1) of the Competition Act.

Brian Simms

Supreme Court identifies its jurisdictional limits to assist in trust arbitration proceedings

Private Client & Offshore Services - Bahamas
Lennox Paton

The Supreme Court recently clarified its jurisdictional limits to assist in trust-related arbitrations, ruling that it has no such jurisdiction to allow service outside an action's jurisdiction.

Mathoto Masetla-Mafa

Who should you institute infringement proceedings against?

Intellectual Property - South Africa
KISCH IP

What should a company do when its distributor terminates their supply and distribution contract stating that it is more economical for it to acquire the products from another company? If the first company has a registered patent for the products that the other company is manufacturing, it can institute infringement proceedings.

Maciej Durbas

ICC award set aside for failure to admit further expert evidence

Arbitration & ADR - Poland
Kubas Kos Gałkowski

A recent Supreme Court case touched on the obligations of an arbitral tribunal which cannot base its award on party-appointed experts' opinions.

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Three’s a crowd? Third-party arbitration funding

Arbitration & ADR / Canada, Cyprus, Greece, India, Netherlands, Poland, United Kingdom

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Uber-complex: regulating ride-hail services

Shipping & Transport / Finland, USA

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Competition and antitrust in the digital age

Competition & Antitrust / Bulgaria, Czech Republic, European Union, Hungary, Mexico, Pakistan, Poland, Slovenia, Switzerland, Turkey