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    03.10.2023
    Turquie

    Exploration of Pre-Pack Insolvency Procedures in Türkiye

    On 7 December 2022, the European Commission published a draft directive aimed at harmonizing certain aspects of insolvency law. The intention behind this directive is to mandate the inclusion of "pre-pack proceedings" in national insolvency laws across the European Union ("EU"). Although Türkiye is not a member of the EU and does not have specific rules for governing pre-pack insolvency sales, it does have procedures that are similar, if not an identical, to pre-pack proceedings.In this article we will take a closer look at Türkiye's pre-pack-like institution.Understanding Pre-Pack Like...
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    29.09.2023
    International

    EP Case Law in Brief: Erroneous Disclosures

    “Mistakes in a document do not in themselves constitute prior art such as to prevent the grant of a patent.”So begins section I.C. 4.9 of the Case Law of the Boards of Appeal. This statement, and the accompanying case law, provides for the possibility of a ‘get out of jail free card’ for novelty objections in certain circumstances.An invention is "considered to be new if it does not form part of the state of the art". The "state of the art" is defined as "everything made available to the public by means of a written or oral description, by use, or in any other way, before...
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    19.09.2023
    International

    Trading of crypto-assets in detail

    The Markets in Crypto-Assets Regulation (MiCAR) sets down a harmonised regulatory framework for service providers known as crypto-asset service providers (CASPs), which carry out activities with crypto-assets that fall within the regulation's scope. The following article describes the MiCAR requirements applicable to persons providing services related to crypto-asset trading.DefinitionMiCAR introduces enhanced legal requirements that will apply to service providers carrying out professional activities related to trading crypto-assets. The crypto-assets trading activities that MiCAR identifies as...
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    11.09.2023
    International

    CMS Annual Review of English Construction Law Developments: An International Perspective

    We are pleased to announce the publication of the 2023 edition of our internationally focused Annual Review of English Construction Law Developments. Now in its thirteenth year, the Annual Review summarises key developments in English construction law over the previous calendar year including developments in related common law jurisdictions. The publication has been prepared with our international clients in mind and aims to provide a greater degree of background and analysis than our regular Law-Now alert service.This year’s edition contains a strong focus on the FIDIC form, with new amendments,...
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    05.09.2023
    International

    Deep sea mining: navigating in murky waters

    On 9 July 2023, the latest deadline for finalising the draft exploitation regulations for deep sea mining in international waters expired without agreement.1 This deadline resulted from a letter from the pacific state of Nauru in 2021 stating an intention to apply for approval of a ‘plan of work’ for exploitation of deep sea minerals. The letter triggered a sub-clause within the Agreement relating to the implementation of Part XI of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982, (“the 1994 Implementing Agreement”) which gave the International...
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    31.08.2023
    Europe

    Pre-Pack reorganisation in Bosnia and Herzegovina: An overview

    In response to the proposal by the EU Commission on 7 December 2022 that an EU Directive be issued to harmonise certain aspects of insolvency law, this article provides a look into one of the main topics of the draft directive – pre-pack reorganisation proceedings as regulated in Serbia, Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina, which are candidate countries for accession to the EU.Pre-pack reorganisation is a method within bankruptcy proceedings designed to maintain a struggling company's administrative structure, streamline the process of settlement of creditors' claims, and minimise disruptions...
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