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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).


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 New Name, Image and Likeness Playing Field for Colleges and Universities:  What You Need to Know

Prior to 2015, student athletes were not permitted by NCAA rules to exploit commercially their name, image and likeness (“NIL”).  However, the decision that year in O’Bannon v. National Collegiate Athletic Ass’n, changed the landscape for student athletes and third parties. 


The Maintenance Allowance for Non-Independent Adult Children

It sometimes happens that jurisprudential decisions, especially those that touch social or political current affairs, are misrepresented by the press or reported by the same with excessive emphasis.


Court Partially Excuses Tenant’s Rent Obligations During COVID Shutdown

In the social and economic fallout from COVID, businesses are assessing how best to address their commercial relationships, especially where potentially insurmountable barriers to performance loom large.