Publication Announcement

25 June 2024

In-Depth Review — International Arbitration: Chapter on Austria

Our colleagues Alexander Zollner and Philipp Theiler have contributed their expertise to the 15th edition of the “In-Depth Review – International Arbitration” by Lexology.   Their chapter offers comprehensive insights into the Austrian Arbitration Act and its alignment with the UNCITRAL Model Law, highlighting Austria’s robust legal framework for arbitration. This significant contribution underscores our […]...

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30 April 2024

Chambers Corporate M&A Global Practice Guide: Chapter on Serbia

Thriving amidst challenges, Serbia’s M&A market demonstrated resilience in 2023, with robust activities in the financial services, IT, energy, and life sciences sectors. For those navigating these opportunities, understanding the local regulatory environment and key trends is crucial. Our team at Wolf Theiss Belgrade, leveraging deep local insights and a robust international framework, stands ready […]...

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19 April 2024

Lexology In-Depth: Product Regulation and Liability, edition 11

Product Regulation and Liability publication provides an incisive overview of the product liability frameworks in major jurisdictions worldwide. It also examines the most consequential recent changes and developments, and looks forward to expected future trends. Topics covered include key legislation; regulatory oversight; causes of action; litigation procedures; and much more. Our colleagues Eva Spiegel and […]...

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27 February 2024

SOLID X Wolf Theiss

Seit mehreren Jahren analysieren wir im Fachmagazin “SOLID” sowohl alltägliche rechtliche Herausforderungen als auch aktuelle Fälle in der Baubranche.  Die Tatsache, dass kleine Fehler in Gerichtsverfahren oft entscheidend sein können, verdeutlicht die zunehmende Bedeutung rechtlicher Fragen auch im Bauwesen. Unser Ziel ist es, dieses erlangte Wissen auch mit jenen Leserinnen und Lesern von “SOLID” zu […]...

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24 January 2024

The status quo and interrelationship of IP and sustainability in Austria

Intangible assets such as patents, trademarks, designs and data are becoming increasingly important in today’s knowledge economy. According to the EU Commission’s Action Plan on Intellectual Property to strengthen the EU’s economic resilience and recovery (published in November 2020), IP-intensive industries account for 45% of GDP and 93% of EU exports, while the added value […]...

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