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On July 1, 2006 a new arbitration law came into force in Austria. The provisions of the 2006 arbitration law follow the guidelines of the UNCITRAL Model law on international commercial arbitration.
New rules of arbitration (the “New Rules”) of the Court of International Commercial Ar-bitration attached to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Romania (the “Court of Arbitration”) were published on 23 January 2012.
This 2011 Wolf Theiss Guide to PPPs, Concessions & Public Procurement in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe is intended as a practical guide to the general principles and features of the basic legislation and procedures in countries included in the publication.
The end of 2010 saw the end of the litigation against the largest mobile operator in Ma-cedonia, T-Mobile. The Supreme Court upheld a decision by the Administrative Court finding that T-Mobile had abused its dominant position in the call termination market.
The Wolf Theiss Guide to: Dispute Resolution in Central, Eastern & Southeastern Europe is intended as a practical guide providing a general overview of the legal systems and dispute resolution procedures in the 12 countries where Wolf Theiss has offices, as well as Kosovo
Frequently, a claimant may be well advised to ensure the eventual enforceability of an award he hopes will be rendered in his favour already in the course of, or even before, initiating arbitral proceedings.
An instrument for the prevention and resolution of conflicts
On September 18, 2008 the US Securities and Exchange Commission took temporary emergency action to prohibit short selling in 799 financial companies to protect the integrity and quality of the securities market and strengthen investor confidence. Other securities regulators around the world, such as UK’s FSA, Germany’s BaFin and Spain’s CNMV took similar action during the following days.