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Monthly Archives: January 2013

BIVAK for anyone interested in BIT arbitration

Posted in Investment Arbitration

          Some time ago, a decision of October 9, 2012, regarding Bureau Veritas, Inspection, Valuation, Assessment and Control (BIVAC) versus Uruguay (ICSID Case No ARB/07/09) has become public. I think this is compulsory reading for anybody dealing with investment arbitration. This is the second decision regarding jurisdiction in this matter, which became a basis for the… Continue Reading

Service of judicial documents in civil or commercial matters: Polish law inconsistent with the Regulation EC 1393/2007 – ECJ’s judgment in Alder v. Orlowska case

Posted in Litigation

The notion of the so-called “serving by default”, namely deeming a letter properly served although a participant of the proceedings has never collected it, is as we know very important in practice. On the one hand, it is hard to imagine the smooth running of court or administrative proceedings without it, on the other hand,… Continue Reading