Damián Vallejo and Esther Romay have recently contributed to the Second Edition of the GAR Guide to Evidence in International Arbitration with the drafting of Chapter 9 – Perspectives on Document Disclosure. The Chapter can be read and download in this link. And the complete guide can be downloaded in this link.
Take a few minutes to read our latest client alert related to the June 22 Supreme Court decision permitting the use of RICO for injuries caused to intangible property (including US judgments and arbitration awards): RICO and Intangible Property.
Take a few minutes to read our latest client alert related to the latest developments and most significant consequences of the US-Chile Income Tax Treaty.
Take a few minutes to read our Turkish Law Blog post on the importance of the arbitral seat in international commercial arbitration: click this link.
Take a few minutes to read our first Turkish Law Blog post on the U.S. – Türkiye Market: click this link.
Take a few minutes to read our Turkish Law Blog post on the International Arbitration Landscape in the U.S.: click this link.
Take a few minutes to read our latest client alert highlighting some of the changes adopted by the American Arbitration Association’s 2022 Commercial Arbitration Rules and Mediation Procedures: AAA Publishes New Commercial Arbitration and Mediation Rules
Take a few minutes to read our latest client alert related to the recovery of litigation costs in arbitration award enforcement actions: Recovery of Legal Fees in Enforcement Proceedings in the Second Circuit
Take a few minutes to read our latest client alert related to the importance of the arbitral seat in international commercial arbitration: The Importance of the Arbitral Seat in International Commercial Arbitration
Take a few minutes to read our latest client alert: SCOTUS Fills Another FAA Lacuna in Badgerow v. Walters et al.
Take a few minutes to read our latest client alert related to the 2021 UNCITRAL Expedited Arbitration Rules, published on July 9, 2021.
Take a few minutes to read our latest memorandum related to the situation created by the COVID-19 and how could this affect commercial relations in the following link: Client-Alert-COVID-19-Commercial-Disruption-and-Contractual-Considerations-Dunning-Rievman-Davies-LLP
In the Fall 2018 edition of Inside, the publication of the Corporate Counsel Section of the NY State Bar Association, DRD Partner Josh Rievman addresses the recoverability of lost profits, one of the most common, yet least understood, categories of damages at stake in business disputes. Read the article here.
The National Transportation Safety Board (“NTSB”) has found that a collision between a US Army BlackHawk helicopter and a recreational drone was caused by the drone operator’s failure to see and avoid the helicopter and his lack of understanding of safe operating practices. The collision occurred east of Staten Island, New York on September 21,… Read more
The FAA has granted CNN a first of its kind waiver allowing the news network to operate drones over the general public. UAS operations over people not involved in the UAS operation are generally prohibited by 14 CFR 107.39. Similarly, UAS operations at night, above 400 feet AGL or beyond the remote pilot’s visual line… Read more
The FAA reported a substantial increase in the number of unauthorized drone sightings by pilots around and near U.S. airports and other locations. According to the FAA, there were 874 such sightings during the February-September 2015 time period; the number of reports increased to over 1200 for the same period in 2016. Generally speaking, without… Read more
The FAA announced that it had settled a $1.9 million civil penalty case it had brought against SkyPan International, Inc. for unauthorized drone (or unmanned aircraft system (“UAS”)) flights over New York and Chicago during 2012-2014. Under the terms of the settlement, SkyPan, an aerial photography company, agreed to pay a $200,000 civil penalty while… Read more