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Poland’s Parliament Enacts Far-reaching Changes Regarding the Supreme Court

Significant changes will affect Poland’s highest court when President Andrzej Duda, as expected, signs new legislation just passed by Parliament. The changes are far-reaching, but among the major changes are: Creation of a division of extraordinary control with new jurisdiction – A new chamber of the Supreme Court called the “Chamber for Extraordinary Control and … Continue Reading

Recent Supreme Court Decision Threatens Effective Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards

The Czech Supreme Court held that foreign arbitral awards falling within the scope of the New York Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards can only be enforced by Czech courts (through procedures available under the Czech Civil Procedure Code) rather than by private bailiffs under the Czech Enforcement Code. The decision, available … Continue Reading

EU Plans Changes in Investor Dispute Settlement Mechanism

The system of investment protection is experiencing radical changes at the level of the European Union (EU). While so far, the protection of foreign investments was guaranteed by bilateral agreements, this is about to change and a unified multilateral system is proposed to be established. How does this initiative influence investor-to-state dispute settlement mechanism (ISDS)? … Continue Reading
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