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Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution

National Arbitration in the Civil Procedure Code - I

Author: Prof. Dr. H. Ercument Erdem from Erdem & Erdem Law Office (Turkey)

Provisions of the Civil Procedure Code numbered 6100 (“CPC”) regarding arbitration -a form of alternative dispute resolution- shall be applicable to disputes which do not involve any foreign element and for which the place of arbitration has been designated as Turkey as a fair alternative to our traditional judicial system. These provisions are significant for adapting the provisions governing national..


Retirement Plans’ Fiduciaries Are Found Liable to Plans for $36.9 Million: Tussey v. ABB, Inc.

By: Mark S. Thomas & Robert W. Shaw
Williams Mullen (North Carolina and Virginia, USA)

In Tussey v. ABB, Inc., No. 2:06-cv-04305 (Western District of Missouri, March 31, 2012), a class action case brought by present and former employees of ABB, Inc...

Are Applications for Striking out for Delay Still a Feasible Litigation Tactic for the Defendant?

Contact: Vivien Chan & Co. (Hong Kong)

As a defendant, there is usually no incentive to rush the case for the plaintiff. In fact, unless there is a very good defence or where important business interests are at stake,..

SIFMA Compliance and Legal Society Annual Seminar 2012

By: Mark L. Kowalsky, Jaffe, Raitt, Heuer & Weiss, P.C., (Michigan, USA)

The Securities Industry Financial Markets Association (“SIFMA”) is an organization of several hundred securities firms, banks and asset managers.  Affiliate members of SIFMA include law firms whose practices involve the securities industry.  SIFMA’s Compliance and Legal Society focuses on the education of compliance and legal professionals in the securities industry...

Appellate Rule Amendments Add New Class of Cases to Those Covered by Longer Appeal Periods

By: Emily J. Hanlon
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP (Delaware and Pennsylvania, USA)

Lawyers handling matters involving the federal government are likely aware that a longer period applies for appealing a final judgment in federal court. Instead of the usual 30-day appeal period,..

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