Recently from our experts

Loading search

US Supreme Court Rules that State-Law Principles Allowing a Nonsignatory to Enforce an Arbitration Provision Against a Signatory May Be Applied to International Contracts

In cases involving contracts between US companies, courts frequently allow a nonsignatory to a contract to enforce an arbitration provision in the contract against a signatory, when the signatory to the contract relies on the terms of that agreement in asserting its claims against the nonsignatory

Recent Amendments Introduced to the Law No. 4054 on Protection of Competition

After rounds of revisions and failed attempts of enactment over a span of several years, the proposal for an amendment to the Law No. 4054 on Protection of Competition (“Law no. 4054”) (“Amendment Proposal”) has finally been approved by the Turkish parliament, namely the Grand National Assembly of...