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International commercial arbitration
Definition A standby letter of credit, abbreviated as SBLC, refers to a legal document where a bank guarantees the payment of a specific amount of money to a seller if the buyer defaults on the … [Read more...] about Stand-by Letter of Credit
In the last six months, Italian law firms have seen a significant increase in contacts with companies potentially interested in litigation. The TPF or litigation funding consists, in summary, in the … [Read more...] about Coronavirus crisis relaunches the race for litigation funding
Premise With a recent judgment (Cassation, Section VI, judgment of 11.02.2020, filed on 7.04.2020, n. 11626), the Supreme Court ruled on the question of the applicability of the discipline provided … [Read more...] about Applicability of D.Lgs. 231/2001 to foreign entities
The epidemic from Covid19, in addition to the economic damage, causes legal issues that undermine, above all, the soundness of trade agreements, including transnational. In fact, the number of cases … [Read more...] about Covid-19 and international contract management – force majeure
Home It is true that the coronavirus emergency has caused the slowdown or even the blocking of logistic and production activities, but this can become an opportunity for companies to rethink their … [Read more...] about Coronavirus, logistics in crisis: how companies can limit damage
The outsourcing of activities related to the implementation of innovative projects is a widespread practice in companies. The need behind such a choice lies in the evolution of market demands to … [Read more...] about Outsourcing agreement: how to innovate at low risks!
The increasing demand for transparency in arbitration has led the ICC to issue measures on the grounds of procedural decisions concerning the objection and the subsequent replacement of … [Read more...] about Transparency in international arbitration: the grounds for the decision to challenge the arbitrator.