Categoria: Diritto del commercio internazionale

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L’International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) introduce le nuove clausole di “Force Majeure” e “Hardship”

L’emergenza sanitaria scaturita in seguito alla pandemia da Covid-19 ha reso necessario un intervento dell‘International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in ottica di aggiornamento delle proprie clausole di “Force Majeure and Hardship”.1 Tali clausole venivano...

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The influence of Digital Innovation and Patents Management on SMEs: a systematic review (Part 2/2)

European Commission’s commitment in providing the tools of the trade In the last few years, and especially after the announcement in May 2015 of the Digital Single Market strategy[1], the European Commission has been...

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The influence of Digital Innovation and Patents Management on SMEs: a systematic review (Part 1/2)

The influence of Digital Innovation and Patents Management on SMEs: a systematic review (Part 1/2)   Summary The following paper is written with the purpose of bringing together different perspectives drawn from researches, articles...

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Arbitrato ICSID mette (forse) fine alla ‘questione miniera Reko Diq’: il Pakistan dovrà pagare 6 miliardi di risarcimento alla TCC

Dopo un arbitrato lungo e accurato[1] – come è stato definito dal presidente e amministratore delegato della Barrick Gold Corporation, Mark Bristow – il Centro Internazionale per il regolamento delle controversie relative ad investimenti...

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Geo-Blocking ban to unlock e-commerce: what are the main changes for traders and how Netflix has managed to escape

When it comes to Internet and digital technologies, we obviously know they are radically transforming almost every area of trade. However, some of the existing barriers in the field of online exchanges imply that...