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Law of Taxation: Technicalities, Philosophies and Perspectives

Dr. Qiang Cai presents the fourth contribution to the Centre for Commercial Law (CCL)’s blog series on “Seeing Commercial Law from Different Perspectives.” This series was launched to celebrate the University of Aberdeen’s 525 anniversary and to showcase CCL members thought-provoking standpoints on researching, teaching, or practising commercial law. Qiang joined the University…

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The Publicity Principle: A Case of Two Competing Interests but One Law

Mr Chike Emedosi presents the third contribution to the Centre for Commercial Law (CCL)’s blog series on “Seeing Commercial Law from Different Perspectives” launched to celebrate the University of Aberdeen’s 525 anniversary and to showcase CCL members thought-provoking standpoints on researching, teaching, or practising commercial law. Chike is doctoral researcher…

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Bankruptcy is in the Eye of the Beholder

Ms Donna McKenzie-Skene presents the second contribution to the Centre for Commercial Law (CCL)’s blog series on “Seeing Commercial Law from Different Perspectives” launched to celebrate the University of Aberdeen’s 525 anniversary and to showcase CCL members thought-provoking standpoints on researching, teaching, or practising commercial law. Donna joined the School…

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Property and Insolvency Law: The Need for Multiple Perspectives

Dr Alisdair MacPherson presents the first contribution to the Centre for Commercial Law (CCL)’s blog series on “Seeing Commercial Law from Different Perspectives” launched to celebrate the University of Aberdeen’s 525 anniversary and to showcase CCL members thought-provoking standpoints on researching, teaching, or practising commercial law. Alisdair joined the School…

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Back to Basics: Applicable Law to an Arbitration Agreement under Swedish Law

The post was firstly published on the Kluwer Arbitration Blog on 22 September 2020 and reposted here with the kind approval of the KAB Editorial Board.

 

In a recent judgement in the proceedings for setting aside an arbitral award, the Swedish Court of Appeal addressed issues concerning the law applicable to…

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