AIJA Congress

  • AIJA Congress: Working Session 4

    AIJA Congress: Working Session 4

    [jwplayer mediaid=”881″  hd.file=”30082012ahd.mp4″] Negotiation of a Joint Venture Agreement: us vs.them or us with them? The working session follows up on the Ghent seminar on joint ventures. Whereas the Ghent seminar discussed the entire life span of joint ventures, from […]

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  • AIJA Congress: Opening Ceremony

    AIJA Congress: Opening Ceremony

    [jwplayer mediaid=”859″ hd.file=”29082012ghd.mp4″]  Palau de la Música Catalana

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  • AIJA Congress: Workshop C

    AIJA Congress: Workshop C

    [jwplayer mediaid=”862″ hd.file=”29082012dhd.mp4″] Selling Goods in Emerging Markets: the way to success Because of their impressive growth, emerging markets offer great business opportunities. But companies must be careful about local legal requirements and the way the business will be structured […]

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  • AIJA Congress: Workshop B

    AIJA Congress: Workshop B

    [jwplayer mediaid=”897″ hd.file=”29082012ehd.mp4″] Dealing with Data Protection Issues When Involved in Multi-jurisdictional Business Acquisitions Experts should analyze in the workshop the new regulation that European Union is planning to implement in the 27 Member Countries in a timeframe of 2-4 years. […]

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  • AIJA Congress: Workshop A

    AIJA Congress: Workshop A

    [jwplayer mediaid=”917″ hd.file=”29082012fhd.mp4″] Extradition – The long arm of the law Given the nature of today’s international business environment multi-jurisdictional fraud investigations are common place and therefore the possibility of extradition is a real and concerning threat to clients – not least to those […]

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  • AIJA Congress: Working Session 3

    AIJA Congress: Working Session 3

    [jwplayer mediaid=”922″  hd.file=”29082012chd.mp4″] Help! Help! My trip is off ! Travelling is one of the most pleasant activity people like to do during their holidays; as a consequence tourism industry (which involve tour operators, shipping and air carriers) is improving its […]

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  • AIJA Congress: Working Session 2

    AIJA Congress: Working Session 2

    [jwplayer mediaid=”896″ hd.file=”29082012bhd.mp4″] Antitrust and IPR: Limiting intellectual property rights for unlimited competition? While IP rights grant an exclusive right of exploitation, antitrust law seeks to prevent monopolies and strengthen competition. Courts and antitrust authorities around the globe have addressed this […]

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