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Iain Batty
22 August 2017
Green­field In­vest­ments in CEE 2017
16/04/2018
Ger­man court rules no lux­ury goods in food re­tail out­lets
On 6 April 2018, the Düs­sel­dorf High­er Re­gion­al Court ruled that the food re­tail­er real, whose par­ent com­pany is Ger­many’s Metro AG, may not sell lux­ury cos­met­ics made by Japa-nese man­u­fac­turer Kanebo in its food re­tail stores, and that the man­u­fac­turer can.
13/04/2018
The Acon­cagua Bay – “al­ways ac­cess­ible”
On 26 March 2018 the Com­mer­cial Court ruled, in an ex­tremely suc­cinct de­cision, that a war­ranty in a voy­age charter­party that a berth is “al­ways ac­cess­ible” en­com­passes both entry to and exit from the berth.
09/03/2018
CJEU rules against ar­bit­ra­tion clauses in In­tra-EU Bi­lat­er­al In­vest­ment...
On 6 March 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Uni­on (CJEU) ruled that Art­icles 267 and 344 of the Treaty on the Func­tion­ing of the European Uni­on (TFEU) must be in­ter­preted as pre­clud­ing ar­bit­ra­tion pro­vi­sions in bi­lat­er­al in­vest­ment treat­ies between.
13/02/2018
The rise of the new lux­ury eco­nomy
Travel has al­ways played host to dra­mat­ic and of­ten dis­rupt­ive changes. At CMS’s an­nu­al tech­no­logy con­fer­ence, In­nov­ate to Sur­vive, onefinestay’s CEO, Javi­er Ce­dillo-Es­pin de­livered a key­note, sum­mar­ised in this art­icle.
02/02/2018
IBM Wat­son at work
There may be much hype around ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence but IBM has been demon­strat­ing the busi­ness po­ten­tial of ma­chine learn­ing through its Wat­son ana­lyt­ics plat­form since 2011. Wat­son came about after one of IBM’s re­search teams were at the pub watch­ing.
25/01/2018
European Com­mis­sion as­sesses ad­equacy of Gen­er­al Food Law in food...
In an eval­u­ation of the EU le­gis­lat­ive frame­work for the 2002 Gen­er­al Food Law Reg­u­la­tion (GFLR), the European Com­mis­sion has found that this frame­work ap­pears to ad­dress most cur­rent trends, such as growth, com­pet­it­ive­ness and in­creased glob­al­isa­tion, but.
15/01/2018
Neth­er­lands to be­come a new hub for in­ter­na­tion­al com­mer­cial dis­pute...
Re­cent years has seen a down­ward trend in in­ter­na­tion­al trade and com­mer­cial cases brought be­fore Dutch courts. But with the Dutch par­lia­ment sched­uled to de­bate a bill for the es­tab­lish­ment of the Neth­er­lands Com­mer­cial Court (NCC), in­ter­na­tion­al com­mer­cial.
11/01/2018
Bare­con 2017 - Ringing in the Changes
BIMCO re­cently pub­lished an up­dated ver­sion of their widely-used BARE­CON 2001. Whilst it largely fol­lows the same format, BARE­CON 2017 takes ac­count of a num­ber of leg­al and com­mer­cial changes and has been de­scribed by BIMCO as “a new lean­er ver­sion” which.
03/01/2018
From 1 Janu­ary 2018 large ships must mon­it­or and re­port CO2 emis­sions
As of 1 Janu­ary 2018, sub­ject to a few ex­clu­sions, ships over 5000 gross ton­nage (“Rel­ev­ant Ships”) be­came sub­ject to mon­it­or­ing and re­port­ing re­quire­ments on car­bon di­ox­ide emis­sions (CO2), fuel con­sump­tion and cargo car­ried with­in all ports un­der the jur­is­dic­tion.
19/12/2017
Oil & Gas Ship­ping: a Venezuelan de­ten­tion
In ST Ship­ping and Trans­port PTE Ltd v Space Ship­ping Ltd [2017] EWHC 2808 (Comm) the Com­mer­cial Court re­jec­ted an ar­bit­ra­tion ap­peal that sought to ar­gue that the ac­tions of the Venezuelan courts, in openly not fol­low­ing Venezuelan law, broke the chain of.
14/12/2017
Oil & Gas: Off-spec de­liv­er­ies – up­hold­ing the con­trac­tu­al mech­an­ism
In Trafigura Be­heer BV v Ren­brandt Ltd (2017) EWHC 3100 (Comm) the Com­mer­cial Court provided some winter com­fort to pur­chasers and sellers that are seek­ing to rely on con­clus­ive evid­ence clauses as to qual­ity.
07/12/2017
CJEU strengthens sup­pli­ers of lux­ury goods – their third-party plat­form...
In a land­mark judg­ment of 6 Decem­ber 2017 (C-230/16 – Coty Ger­many), the Court of Justice of the European Uni­on (CJEU) has put a pre­lim­in­ary end to the dis­cus­sions on an­ti­trust is­sues con­cern­ing third-party plat­form bans for lux­ury goods - es­sen­tially provid­ing.
30/10/2017
What next for in­ter­na­tion­al data trans­fers?
Sum­mary The Ir­ish High Court has made a pre­lim­in­ary ref­er­ence to the Court of Justice of the European Uni­on (the “CJEU”), ask­ing wheth­er stand­ard data pro­tec­tion clauses (“stand­ard clauses”) are com­pat­ible with the leg­al rights of data sub­jects un­der EU law.
04/07/2017
The New Fla­menco – Su­preme Court al­lows own­ers’ ap­peal
The Su­preme Court, on 28 June 2017, found in fa­vour of the own­ers in the long-awaited “New Fla­menco” judg­ment - Glob­alia Busi­ness Travel S. A. U. (formerly Travel­Plan S. A. U. ) of Spain v Fulton Ship­ping Inc of Panama.
03/07/2017
CJEU rules Hun­gari­an gambling li­cens­ing re­gime in­com­pat­ible with EU...
The Court of Justice for the European Uni­on (CJEU) has ruled that Hun­gary’s li­cens­ing frame­work for on­line gambling placed overly re­strict­ive and un­fair con­di­tions on op­er­at­ors from oth­er European Uni­on coun­tries look­ing to enter the mar­ket.
27/06/2017
Im­ports of or­gan­ic products now sub­ject to EU elec­tron­ic cer­ti­fic­a­tion...
From 19 Oc­to­ber 2017, use of the elec­tron­ic Trade Con­trol and Ex­pert Sys­tem (“TRACES”) will be­come man­dat­ory for all im­port­ers of or­gan­ic products from out­side of the EU. Or­gan­ic im­ports may only be placed on the European Single Mar­ket if they are covered by.
21/06/2017
The Ver­dict - Round-up of cor­por­ate crime de­vel­op­ments across CMS
We are pleased to send our new is­sue of The Ver­dict, an at-a-glance round-up of re­cent leg­al de­vel­op­ments in re­la­tion to cor­por­ate crime. In this is­sue, the spot­light is on some sig­ni­fic­ant changes to anti-cor­rup­tion laws in the Czech Re­pub­lic, in­clud­ing.