UE 8 sanction package

On October 6, 2022, the EU announced an eighth package of economic and individual sanctions against Russia. The content of the package has already been summarized by us in a different article (link). However, alongside the examination of individual measures, it seems interesting to point out that some of the last Council decisions take onContinue reading “UE 8 sanction package”

Arbitration: the virtual hearing is the new normal

Abstract: the world of international arbitration responds to the challenge launched by Covid-19 and works to replace the hearing in presence with that held in virtual mode. The remote hearing however cannot be fully compared to a normal virtual meeting: in order to lead the arbitration courts in this new reality, the most important internationalContinue reading “Arbitration: the virtual hearing is the new normal”