Enforcement of Foreign Court Orders in Australia: Four Key Requirements – International Courts and Tribunals

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International arbitration is often regarded as the preferred option before a domestic court, perhaps primarily because of the relative ease of enforcing awards under the procedures set out in the New York Convention (and given legal force in Australia by the International Arbitration Act 1974 (Cth)). While the New York Convention process certainly has its … Read more

Dubai Customs Achieves Performance Records, Wins Innovation Awards and Makes a Significant Community Impact in 2023 – International Trade and Investment

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March 5, 2024 United Trademark & ​​Patent Services You only need to register or log in to Mondaq.com to print this article. UAE: Dubai Customs Sets Performance Records, Wins Innovation Awards and Makes a Significant Community Impact in 20231 The continued growth of the UAE’s role as a global trade hub and its influential position … Read more

The Changing Faces of the International Trade Commission: Introducing the New Administrative Law Judges – Patent

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The International Trade Commission (ITC) looks a little different today. Previous stalwarts of administrative law judges (ALJs) have moved on. Some new names and faces were taken on the baton. As a result, the composition of the court is changing. For example, exams are becoming more vivid, at least when directly examined. For years, the … Read more