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Oliver Passmore

Don't delay – Jersey's Royal Court rules that time is a factor when deciding whether to exercise its discretion on grounds of mistake

Private Client & Offshore Services - Jersey
Ogier

A recent Royal Court judgment has indicated that delays in bringing an application to set aside a transfer of property to a Jersey trust due to mistake will be considered by the court when exercising its discretion as to whether to grant relief.

Galina Petkova

CPC clears Domuschievi brothers' acquisition of Nova TV

Competition & Antitrust - Bulgaria
Advokatsko Druzhestvo Andreev Stoyanov & Tsekova in cooperation with Schönherr

The Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) recently cleared the acquisition of Nova Broadcasting Group AD by Advance Media Group EAD, which is owned by the well-known Bulgarian businesspeople Kiril and Georgi Domuschievi.

Matej Kosalko

Termination of contract does not terminate arbitration clause

Arbitration & ADR - Slovakia
Allen & Overy LLP

A recent Banska Bystrica Regional Court decision is one of many which give a positive outlook for arbitration in Slovakia and can be equated with court decisions in arbitration-friendly jurisdictions.

Eugenio Vaccari

Supreme Court of Cassation examines shareholders' agreements and put option clauses

Company & Commercial - Italy
Grieco e Associati

The Supreme Court of Cassation recently examined the admissibility of a put option clause in a shareholders' agreement of a joint stock company by which one shareholder was committed to indemnify the other shareholders from any losses arising from payments to the company for stock capital contributions or other payments having a similar effect.

Deepshikha Dutt

Court dismisses statutory misrepresentation claim against credit union board in landmark decision

Litigation - Canada
Dentons

For the first time, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has released a decision that considers issues of statutory misrepresentation in an offering statement under the Credit Unions and Caisses Populaires Act 1994.

Carlos P Martins

Quebec court rules 'one passenger one ticket' policy applies in class action

Aviation - Canada
Bersenas Jacobsen Chouest Thomson Blackburn LLP

The Quebec Superior Court of Justice recently ruled against Air Canada in a class action brought by passengers with disabilities, their attendants and obese passengers who had been required to pay for additional seats on flights.

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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