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Investment Treaty Arbitration: How Multinational Food and Beverage Companies Can Avoid Litigation in Foreign Courts

Imagine a U.S.-based olive oil company that has established a subsidiary in Croatia — a Mediterranean country ideal for growing olives and processing their oil — for its supply and processing needs. Olive oil consumption has...more

Brexit: What You Need To Know - Litigation

As the intertwined laws of the UK and the EU are unravelled in the exit negotiations, changes to litigation seem inevitable. Contracts: At the moment the changes are unknown and in particular we do not know if any...more

Real Estate News in Metro DC

Ballard Spahr’s mixed-use, condominium, and multifamily lawyers are pleased to provide this newsletter to keep you apprised of important developments and trends in real estate law in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C....more

SIAC Announces New Arbitration Rules 2016

The Singapore International Arbitration Centre continues to innovate with new features in its updated arbitration rules. On 30 June, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) announced the release of the...more

Shorts On Long Term Care July 2016 - News for the NC LTC Community

Just when you thought things couldn’t get much worse for skilled nursing facility providers in terms of civil money penalties and other survey sanctions, it did. All of a sudden, we’ve noticed in our practice a marked uptick...more

Selecting a Neutral at Case Inception

Every attorney who works as a litigator knows that litigation is a stressful and often frustrating exercise. Experienced litigators strive to provide the best representation for their clients while attempting to find ways to...more

New Stats From The AAA

The American Arbitration Association (AAA) has not released statistics for years (other than to the CFPB). But recently, arbitration geeks got a summer solstice gift of (limited) new information. The piece is only three...more

New Qatar Public Procurement Law

Last week the State of Qatar implemented a new public procurement law. The new law further aligns Qatar's public procurement laws with international best practice and should streamline public procurement in Qatar....more

"Insights: Brexit"

On June 23, the UK electorate took the historic decision to leave the European Union, a process that has never been undertaken by any member state. While the vote itself does not trigger the process of exit from a legal...more

Texas Court of Appeals: Parties Cannot Recover Statutory Attorney's Fees from an LLC for Breach of Contract Claims

A recent decision from the Texas Court of Appeals in Houston closes the door to the recovery of attorney's fees from limited liability companies under Chapter 38 of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, one of the few...more

Brexit - What Now For Your Business

So, the UK has voted to leave the EU. Everyone has their own opinion and we've all seen the news reports and various viewpoints but what does this result mean for you in practical terms and where do we go from here? Here's...more

Tokyo Dispute Resolution and Crisis Management Newsletter - June 2016

Dispute-Management - Best Practices in Construction Projects - Introduction - What do you do when an unforeseen event threatens to increase the costs or time necessary to complete a major construction project?...more

ADR/ODR Regs and 261 Claims – Airline Compliance

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is policing compliance by airlines with new laws designed to encourage the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) and online dispute resolution (ODR). The CAA has threatened to carry...more

Contract negotiations: good drafting matters

In our dispute resolution work, we see many examples of disputes arising because contract terms were unclear or not tailored to the specific project. There have been a number of decisions recently that provide clear examples...more

Singapore Ratifies the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements

Ratification will take effect on 1 October 2016. On 2 June, Singapore ratified the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements (the Convention). The Convention will take effect under domestic legislation through...more

In Minnesota, the Clock’s Not Ticking During Dispute Resolution

A claim of an unfair discriminatory practice under the Minnesota Human Rights Act must be brought as a civil action or as a charge filed with a local commission or the Minnesota Department of Human Rights within one year...more

Sixth Circuit Rejects Class Action Settlement With Key Documents Under Seal

All’s not fair in secretive class-action settlements. If class actions are the exception, then class-action settlements are a reflection of that exception. Specifically, the secrecy that might otherwise accompany...more

Part Two: Ten Tips to a Successful Mediation: From the Mediator's Perspective

In part one of my article, I discussed five tips you should follow prior to the mediation conference to best achieve a successful result. I will now discuss five more tips you should use at the mediation conference which will...more

Potential Impact of ‘Brexit’ on Arbitration

As we stand only weeks away from the United Kingdom’s referendum on a potential cleaving from the European Union, economists and politicians are busy analyzing the potential effects of either decision; there are also...more

Part One: Ten Tips to a Successful Mediation: From the Mediator’s Perspective

In the last 20 years, in addition to my litigation practice, I have mediated over 2,000 employment cases. Having mediated this many cases, it is no surprise I have seen the good, the bad and the ugly in mediations. The...more

Wide Interpretation Of Release Clause In Settlement Agreement

A settlement agreement relating to a dispute over legal fees of GBP 130,000 also covered a subsequent GBP 70 million claim for breach of contract and negligence. The existence of a potential claim for breach of contract and...more

Disputes come from two directions. Either a claim form or a letter threatening legal action lands on your desk, or you...

Disputes come from two directions. Either a claim form or a letter threatening legal action lands on your desk, or you discover that you have a potential legal claim against a third party. When this happens, what are the most...more

Resolving construction disputes

Claims are made virtually daily on construction projects in Canada, and most are resolved in a timely way. But when a dispute remains unresolved, the consequences can be disastrous, whether it results in a termination, a...more

Real News - Spring 2016

Earlier this year, David Cameron fired the starting gun on whether Britain should continue its membership of the EU. As we all know, the potential effect of a Brexit is a topic which has divided the opinions not only of our...more

After New York, Florida Curbs Surprise Bills for Emergency and Out-of-Network Services

It is generally understood that if a managed care member utilizes the services of a non-participating provider, the member could incur significant out of pocket expenses. However, there are instances where a member may...more

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