tag: contracts

If you want to litigate, be careful where you do it

Levente Bihari | 10 April 2018

From early this year a new law accords to states the jurisdiction over lawsuits, i.e. which country has the right to decide on cases having international elements. Nevertheless, it is still true that in international legal disputes one of the most important (and far from simple) issues is: which country’s court will decide the dispute and under which country’s laws.

Better the devil you know? Which governing law should I choose?

Ágnes Bejó | 31 October 2017

The issue of governing law often arises in cross-border M&A deals or contractual relationships. At such times – either due to the UK domicile of a contracting party, or to the widespread use of the Anglo-Saxon templates – it is often the English law that is chosen. It may turn out to be important to understand the difference it can mean to the parties’ positions if instead of Hungarian law they were to opt for English law – for example, when drawing up the documents for a company acquisition. 

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