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FORCE MAJEURE AND HARDSHIP IN COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS

I – INTRODUCTION Both force majeure and hardship have as a common ground the problem of changed circumstances after the parties entered into a contract. Thus, the parties are asked to face a fundamental change of equilibrium of the contract: either because it renders the performances totally impracticable or because the performances have become excessively […]
  • Posted by Lorenzo Macchi
  • On 24 September 2019
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BREXIT AND TRADERMARKS: WHAT DOES IT CHANGE?

The final phase of Brexit is becoming totally uncertain and now more than ever we fear to face the consequences of a no-deal divorce from the EU. In any case, if Brexit should come to an end, the power of representation before the EUIPO (European Union Intellectual Property Office) concerning industrial property rights at European […]
  • Posted by Fabio Maggesi
  • On 10 September 2019
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