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IDI, 18 May 2020
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DENMARK: Commercial agent did not breach commercial agency agreement by refusing to sign SOP.

DENMARK, 18 May 2020
The case concerned termination of an agency agreement within the pharmaceutical industry before the Danish Supreme Court.

SPAIN: Comments on the judgement of the High Justice Court of Madrid rendered on 13 December 2018. The concept of “public policy” as a ground to anull arbitral...

SPAIN, 18 May 2020
Over recent years, several High Justice Courts of Spain, especially the one seated in Madrid, have been annulling arbitral awards on the grounds of breach of public policy, pursuant to Article 41.1 f) of the Spanish Arbitration Act.

COLOMBIA: Recent decisions on tax rules.

COLOMBIA, 18 May 2020
In Colombia, in accordance with the current tax regulations, technology transfer agreements, license and royalties, trademarks, patents, technical assistance, technical service, basic engineering agreements, must be filed for registration with the National Tax Administration -DIAN.

Follow-up: Q&A on COVID-19 and international contracts

INTERNATIONAL, 13 May 2020
Following the newsletter of April 30, 2020, IDI has updated the Q&A Paper, dealing with the most frequently asked questions concerning the impact of COVID-19 on distribution/supply, franchising and agency contracts, with new contributions for Argentina, Canada, Jordan and Kuwait.

Q&A ON COVID-19 AND INTERNATIONAL CONTRACTS

INTERNATIONAL, 30 April 2020
The emergency caused by the COVID-19 epidemic is having a clear impact on the execution of ongoing domestic and international contracts.

The impact of Covid-19 on international distribution, franchising and commercial agency contracts.

INTERNATIONAL, 20 April 2020
The emergency caused by the COVID-19 epidemic is having a clear impact on the execution of ongoing domestic and international contracts.

The new ICC Force Majeure Clause

INTERNATIONAL, 20 April 2020
Force majeure in international contracts.

Germany: The impact of the Act to mitigate the consequences of the COVID-19-Pandemic on franchise systems.

GERMANY, 20 April 2020
On 1 April 2020, the Act to Mitigate the Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Civil, Criminal and Insolvency Law (Corona Mitigation Act) came into force.