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Dispute Resolution Insider - 10th Edition

Welcome to the 10th edition of the DRInsider, the quarterly Newsletter of the Wolf Theiss Dispute Resolution Group. We provide an overview of recent developments in CEE/SEE and some very interesting case law.

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The recent period has been marked with different procedural changes. Not only has the Polish Civil Procedure Code undergone amendments in almost all stages of proceedings, there have also been major revisions to the Arbitration Rules of the Vienna international Arbitral Centre (VIAC), the German Institute of Arbitration (DIS) and the Court of International Commercial Arbitration in Romania (CCIR).

With regard to EU law, we remind readers of the advantages of the European Account Preservation Order (EAPO), designed for creditors who hold money claims against a debtor in another member state, and which is done without the knowledge of the debtor.

The Croatian Constitutional Court went one step forward in its competences in accessing evidence and determining facts and ruled that it can do so in exceptional circumstances and in order to provide protection from arbitrary court decisions.

Last but certainly not least, find out more about the active repentance provision, which the Austrian Criminal Code offers as a second chance in certain cases of offences against property.

Read inside to find out more.


Editors

Valerie Hohenberg
Valerie
Hohenberg
Partner
Austria
Florian Pechhacker
Florian
Pechhacker
Associate
Austria

Contributors

Valerie Hohenberg
Valerie
Hohenberg
Partner
Austria
Venus Valentina Wong
Venus Valentina
Wong
Counsel
Austria
Nikolaus Loudon
Nikolaus
Loudon
Senior Associate
Austria
Alexander Zollner
Alexander
Zollner
Senior Associate
Austria
Andreea Zvac
Andreea
Zvac
Senior Associate
Romania
Andreea Anton
Andreea
Anton
Associate
Romania
Christina Barzal
Christina
Barzal
Associate
Austria
Claudia Brewi
Claudia
Brewi
Associate
Austria
Damian Majda
Damian
Majda
Associate
Poland
Ewa Parczewska
Ewa
Parczewska
Associate
Poland

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