The Supreme Court of India in its decision delivered on 20 April, 2021 in the case of PASL Wind Solutions Private Limited v. GE Power Conversion India Private Limited has upheld that: two companies incorporated in India had the right to choose a forum for arbitration outside India; an arbitral award in such a forum would […]Read More
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China’s 2020 revision of the Patent Law takes effect on 1 June, 2021. The amendment changes Article 65 to Article 71, which provides four rules for calculating damages for patent infringement. Loss rules: according to the actual loss suffered by a rights holder due to the infringement; Benefits rules: according to the benefits obtained by […]Read More
The SCLA is proud to announce its forthcoming Negotiation in Mediation Expert training Program (NIMEP) on Saturday, Janurary 2021. The NIMEP focuses on fundamental and practical techniques to successfully resolve disputes in mediation. In our 3-hour training session, participants will get an in-depth understanding of the cultural conflicts they may encounter in international mediation. The […]Read More
The SCLA is proud to announce that its next Global Forum will take place on 29 January at 13.00 Central European Time to discuss the topic of Diversity in International Negotiations: Genders, cultures and strategies. Register here for this online event and read the full agenda here. The SCLA looks forward to welcoming you to […]Read More
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