Keep the Ball on the Court: Avoid An Un-Enforcement Error – US – New York

The United States has well-developed jurisprudence favoring enforcement of foreign arbitration awards as the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) implements the 1958 United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, commonly referred to as the New York Convention.  So how did Mont Blanc Trading Ltd.’s action to enforce a foreign arbitration award […]

Solomon & Roy joins IR as the exclusive Entertainment, Media & Sports Law in India.

International Referral, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Mahua Roy Chowdhury of Solomon & Roy Intellectual Property Services. Mahua has joined IR as our exclusive Entertainment, Media & Sports Law in India. Mahua Roy Chowdhury is the founding Partner of SOLOMON & ROY, a boutique Intellectual Property Law Firm based in Mumbai, […]

Solomon & Roy joins IR as the exclusive Entertainment, Media & Sports Law in India.

International Referral, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Aaron Solomon of Solomon & Roy Intellectual Property Services. Aaron has joined IR as our exclusive Entertainment, Media & Sports Law in India. Aaron Solomon is a qualified Indian solicitor and advocate. Aaron has practiced law based in Mumbai since 1994 gaining extensive […]

Distinction between subordination franchise and cooperative franchise – Corporate Law, Switzerland

Introduction In Switzerland, the legal rules applicable to franchise agreements are not specified in the Code of Obligations. Instead, courts must determine for each particular franchise relationship whether it is based on all its economic characteristics, a partnership franchise (to which the rules on partnership contracts in Articles 530ss of the code may apply by […]

‘Fat cat’ initiative revisited – government implements ordinance – Corporate Law Switzerland

Introduction In Spring 2013 Swiss voters approved the ‘fat cat’ initiative by amending the Swiss  Constitution (for further details please see “Voters say yes to ‘fat cat’ initiative”). The  federal government has adopted the respective implementing ordinance, which became effective on January 1 2014. The new ordinance against excessive salaries clarifies many open questions for […]