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Arbitration Agreements And Foreign Laws That Do Not Give Effect To Mandatory Principles Of EU Law

The decision in Accentuate Ltd v ASIGRA Inc (Accentuate) relates to the alleged wrongful termination by the defendant (licensor) of an agreement with the claimant (distributor) for the distribution of software products (the...more

Arbitration Agreements And Foreign Laws That Do Not Give Effect To Mandatory Principles Of EU Law

The decision in Accentuate Ltd v ASIGRA Inc (Accentuate) relates to the alleged wrongful termination by the defendant (licensor) of an agreement with the claimant (distributor) for the distribution of software products (the...more

Arbitration Agreements And Foreign Laws That Do Not Give Effect To Mandatory Principles Of EU Law

The decision in Accentuate Ltd v ASIGRA Inc (Accentuate) relates to the alleged wrongful termination by the defendant (licensor) of an agreement with the claimant (distributor) for the distribution of software products (the...more

Arbitration Agreements And Foreign Laws That Do Not Give Effect To Mandatory Principles Of EU Law

The decision in Accentuate Ltd v ASIGRA Inc (Accentuate) relates to the alleged wrongful termination by the defendant (licensor) of an agreement with the claimant (distributor) for the distribution of software products (the...more

Supreme Court Issues Judicial Interpretation to Define Foreign-Related Civil Relationships

The People’s Supreme Court issued a Judicial Interpretation on December 28, 2012, made effective on January 7, 2013, regarding the application of the Law of the People's Republic of China on Application of Laws to...more

Arbitration World - December 2012

From the Editors - Welcome to the 21st edition of Arbitration World, a publication from K&L Gates’ International Arbitration Group that highlights significant developments and issues in international and domestic...more

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