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CCA College of Commercial Arbitrators 15th Annual Meeting
October 22-24, 2015
New York Marriott East Side


Speaker Dr. Nikolaus Pitkowitz:
Are They Ahead of Us? International Arbitration on the European Continent: Vive la Difference, and What Can We Learn?

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Supreme Court rules on alcohol testing
Mag. Jakob Widner, ILO Newsletter vom 19. August 2015

The Supreme Court recently ruled on whether and how an employer can request that employees submit to alcohol testing. The court qualified the employer´s unannounced breathalyser tests as a control measure that affected human dignity and thus required the works council´s prior consent. This decision has left some questions for employers, as it is almost impossible to comply with strict safety standards without unannounced testing.
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Bridging Korea and Austria
Innhwa Kwon war Referentin im Rahmen des 5. European Mixer Konferenz der International Association of Korean Lawyers (IAKL)


Die 5. European Mixer Konferenz der International Association of Korean Lawyers (IAKL) hat kürzlich in Wien stattgefunden.
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Graf & Pitkowitz initiiert und unterstützt neuen internationalen Mediations- und Verhandlungswettbewerb
Rund 80 Studenten aus 16 Ländern haben auf Einladung der IBA und VIAC  an der Consensual Dispute Resolution Competiton  - CDRC Vienna teilgenommen

Von 1 - 4. Juli 2015 nahmen auf Einladung der IBA und VIAC rund 80 Studenten aus 16 Ländern und 30 Top-Experten im Bereich Mediation und Verhandlungsführung an der Consensual Dispute Resolution Competiton  - CDRC Vienna teil. Diese konnten im Rahmen von insgesamt 40 Wettbewerbs-Sessions ihre Fähigkeiten im Bereich Mediation und Verhandlungsführung unter Beweis stellen. 

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Supreme Court instructs lower court to apply New York Convention
Dr. Nikolaus Pitkowitz, ILO Newsletter vom 10. Juli 2015


The Supreme Court recently issued clear instructions that when it comes to the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards, Austrian law must not be applied where it is superseded by international treaties, such as the New York Convention. However, the convention contains no specific rules regarding the service of documents. Therefore, the decisive issue is whether national rules may nevertheless be applied in such a situation.
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