A few weeks ago – in the midst of the UEFA EURO 2012 Championship and with the Olympic Games almost upon us – I posted a blog entry on the fastest among all fast-track arbitrations. Today I’m staying on the same track to share again a few thoughts on the timing of arbitration – from… Continue Reading
A few weeks ago, the award in Oostergetel v. Slovakia case was published. The dispute arose from the privatization of a Slovak plant in the early 1990s. The company was indebted, yet it had real operations, a long tradition and development potential. The company went down just a few years after its acquisition by… Continue Reading
Holidays are a time of laziness, slowing down and relaxing. Even though contemporary Polish law doesn’t know the meaning of judicial vacation, in practice one can see the slowing down of the functioning of the courts, which in this exceptional case is probably not causing the parties impatience and aggravation.