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Is There a Duty to Support the Damages Suffered as a Result of Managing the Pandemic?

There is no doubt that the management, by the public authorities, of the crisis sanitary has caused innumerable damages to the commercial sector (both owners and tenants).


Governmental Funding of Social Enterprises

Local governments can fund social enterprises. The regulations on funding social enterprises are not crystal clear. This paper discusses the role of local governments in funding social enterprises, and the type of social enterprises that can be funded.


Transparency in the Code of Good Practices of the Spanish Arbitration Club

In 2019, the Spanish Arbitration Club published its new Code of Best Practices in Arbitration. The Code has the objective of raising four standards of conduct for those involved in arbitration, to achieve confidence in the arbitral system.


The Social Enterprise: A True Catdog

These days, most enterprises have a policy for corporate social responsibility. Some, called social enterprises, even exist to solve a social issue. In the Netherlands, these social enterprises do not have their own legal form. 


The Role of Society and Press in Facing the Disintegration of Brazilian Football

The structure of football could have already changed if a small part of the time dedicated to the treatment of impediments and controversial pitches in the field was attributed to the debate, by the mainstream media, in a way recurrent and insistent theme of property, governance and control of football activity.