The Exequatur Procedure Under Spanish Law

by David Lorenzo August 27, 2013 Blawg

THE EXEQUATUR PROCEDURE UNDER SPANISH LAW It is a special process that aims to recognize the validity of a judgment of a foreign court and therefore allow them to run in a different State. According to the Spanish Law requires: May so provide international treaties                                      . In the event that there is no International treaty […]

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Key Differences in the Employment Laws of the US and UK

by RyanD February 26, 2013 International Law

The laws of the U.S. and the U.K. are similar in many ways, but there are important differences in their employment laws. If you are an American planning to work in the U.K., or vice versa, you should be aware of those differences which may be important to your circumstances and your employment relationship. This […]

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