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The English High Court has recently allowed a commercial claim to be served on a defendant via Facebook and in the process has demonstrated that even the senior courts are willing to take advantage of the offerings of modern technology.
The recent case of UBS Limited & UBS AG v. Regione Calabria  EWHC 699 (Comm) examines what happens when there are competing claims in the courts of different EU Member States in circumstances where one of the claims was arguably not properly brought.
Internet service providers have frequently been caught in the cross-fire in defamation claims, with claimants increasingly targeting them to get comments removed quickly.
On 12 December 2012, the European Union issued a Regulation establishing transitional arrangements for bilateral investment treaties between Member States and third countries.