Mandatory Mediation in Turkey

It has been announced that on December 6, 2019 the Turkish Parliament has approved new legislation which makes mediation mandatory.

This new legislation makes mediation a precondition to litigation, which in case of non compliance, is treated as inadmissible.…

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The minimum local contract doctrine

The Swiss Federal Court has heard[1] an application by a corporation domiciled in Guernsey for the attachment of real estate, located in Switzerland, belonging to the Republic of Uzbekistan. Uzbekistan has opposed the application claiming sovereign immunity.

The Applicant …

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CEAM CEAC Arbitration Breakfast

On October 9, 2018 the “CEAM – CEAM Arbitration Breakfast”, a lively debate on core values of arbitration compared to state court jurisdictions, has taken place in Rome. The event was a success.

During the event Corrado Rosano (President of …

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Med-Mid XII (Cyprus – 26 October 2018)

The European Court of Arbitration and The International School of Arbitration and Mediation of the Mediterranean and of the Middle East, with the cooperation of its Cyprus Chapter and the UCLan - University of Central Lancashire - Cyprus, organise


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Tunis Conference

Our institution has co-sponsored a conference organized by the University of Tunis on institutional arbitration at Gammarth (La Mersa). The speeches by Prof. Filali Osman and Prof. Najet Brahmi were followed, amongst others, by Prof. Malik Laazouzi (Lyon) on investment …

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