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Electronic Signature In Uruguay: What You Should Know To Use It

Castellán Abogados Castellán Abogados on 

Uruguay has a regulatory framework for the use of electronic signatures in different areas. With the development and availability of new technologies, as well as the speed that today's world demands, its use is clearly on the rise. Let us then review some essential aspects of the regulations.

Analyzing the IPO Transition of Türkiye’s Defense Firms: Challenges and Opportunities

Herdem Law Herdem Law on 

Amid geopolitical tensions, notably stemming from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, and the consequent surge in demand for military equipment, defense industry companies in Türkiye could focus on enhancing their production capabilities and tapping into international markets via IPO funding.

Liquidated Damages Clauses Enforceable in Commercial Leases

Goulston & Storrs Goulston & Storrs on 

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court recently examined whether the liquidated damages provision in a commercial lease (i) constituted an unenforceable penalty clause as opposed to a reasonable prediction of damages, and (ii) could be invalidated due to a party’s level of sophistication or lack thereof.

Victorian Domestic Building Insurance: New Penalties To Apply To Uninsured Builders

KHQ Lawyers KHQ Lawyers on 

Victorian builders entering into major domestic building contracts must ensure the building work performed is adequately covered by domestic building insurance (DBI) or face strict new penalties.

What Is The Purpose Of The Prejudicial Interpretation Mechanism In The Andean Community?

Vera Abogados Vera Abogados on 

The objective of the preliminary interpretation mechanism is to guarantee the uniform and coherent application of the rules of the Andean Community legal system by national judges. This mechanism is activated when national judges must resolve a controversy that involves one or more rules of community law. Furthermore, according to the interpretive legal criterion, it is not necessary to issue a new ruling if the Court of Justice of the Andean Community has already previously interpreted the norm in question.