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Can One Arbitrate With A Turkish Party Based On A Contract In A Language Other Than Turkish?
Although parties to international transactions frequently agree to arbitrate, they sometimes reconsider that commitment when a dispute arises, and look to challenge the validity of the arbitration agreement.
Turkey
22 Aug 2019
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Intercontinental Finance & Law Magazine
Mehmet Gün gave an interview to InterContinental Finance & Law Magazine about our firm and his role in the firm as the founder.
Turkey
26 Jul 2019
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Justification of Court Decisions – an Overview
The justification of court decisions is regarded as a fundamental right and a key element of the right to a fair trial (ie, the right to a reasoned decision).
Turkey
23 Jul 2019
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Mandatory Mediation In Labour Disputes – An Overview
On 1 January 2018 applying to a mediator was made a prerequisite when filing a lawsuit concerning monetary claims by employees or employers arising out of employment
Turkey
18 Jul 2019
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Generic Vs. Innovator, Damages Action, Second Civil Court Of Intellectual And Industrial Property Rights In Istanbul, 1111/222 E. (2222/333 E.), 20 September 2013
The Turkish Court of first instance held that the liability for damages arising from an unfair preliminary injunction (where no infringement was found in the action on the merits)
Turkey
15 Jul 2019
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Enforcement: An International Litigation Guide, Turkey
Although it is not mandatory to send a demand letter before instituting proceedings in this jurisdiction, it is common to send such a letter.
Turkey
12 Jul 2019
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The Insurance And Reinsurance Law Review, 7th Edition, Turkey Chapter
There are 62 active insurance companies incorporated in Turkey, consisting of 39 non-life insurers, 18 life and pension insurers, four life insurers and one reinsurer.
Turkey
10 Jun 2019
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What If Your Unquantified Amount Of Monetary Claim Is In Fact Quantifiable?
When the new Code of Civil Procedure (CCP) was enacted in 2011, it introduced a brand new case type to Turkish litigation where the claimant files the action for receivables
Turkey
30 May 2019
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Key Developments And Predictions For Trademark Law In Turkey – 2019
It has now been over two years since the Industrial Property Code No. 6769 came into force. While the interpretation and implementation of most of the issues in relation to the key changes introduced by the IP Code ...
Turkey
3 Apr 2019
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Damages Awards In IP Right Infringement Cases
IP right owners suffer huge damages in some IP rights infringement cases as they invest substantial amounts in their IP rights.
Turkey
2 Apr 2019
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Imprisonment For Breaching Injunctions Is Annulled By Constitutional Court
Constitutional Court has annulled Article 398 of Code of Civil Procedure, which established imprisonment for breaching preliminary injunction.
Turkey
1 Apr 2019
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Constitutional Court Annuls Provision On Imprisonment For Opposition To Interim Injunctions
Article 398 of the Code of Civil Procedure previously set out that parties which failed to comply with an interim injunction or that violated an injunction would face one to six months' imprisonment.
Turkey
1 Apr 2019
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Could A Reduction In A State's Income Violate Public Policy – A View On Turkey?
There is an ongoing quest for a uniform application of the New York Convention.
Turkey
1 Mar 2019
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One Last Step Before Litigating Your Commercial Receivables: Mandatory Mediation
Under Law 7155, a new Article 5/A has been added to the Commercial Code.
Turkey
28 Feb 2019
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Mandatory Mediation Introduced For Patent Disputes In Turkey
Mediation is not obligatory for requests for preliminary injunctions.
Turkey
27 Feb 2019
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Mediation Now Mandatory For Monetary-Related IP Disputes
Discretionary mediation was first introduced into the Turkish legal system in 2013 by Law No 6325 on Mediation in Civil Disputes as one of the alternative dispute resolution methods.
Turkey
28 Jan 2019
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Document Production In International Arbitration: The Good Or The Evil?
Document production is one of the most important and controversial topics in international arbitration.
Turkey
10 Jan 2019
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Mandatory Mediation For Commercial Receivables
This provision has become effective as of the publication date of the Code.
Turkey
7 Jan 2019
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Choosing The Proper Court For Provisional Attachments In Relation To International Arbitration Seated In Turkey
The hardship starts before anything else when choosing the proper court for such assistance
Turkey
3 Jan 2019
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Procedural Changes Bring Swifter Justice In Employment Cases
Where mediation is mandatory, the process must be completed within three weeks. If required, the mediator can extend this period by a maximum of one week.
Turkey
29 Nov 2018
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