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Use of foreign languages in the agreements under Turkish law

As it is known, Article 26 of the Turkish Code of Obligations numbered 6098 a(“TCO”) is regulated as “the parties can freely determine the content of an agreement within the limits stipulated in the law”, therefore the principle of freedom of agreement between the parties is valid. However, in accordance with the Article 27 of […]

E-sports contracts in Turkey

In today’s world, esports shows a tremendous popularity as a sports field developing outside of traditional sports branches with the effect of digitalization and technological developments and this acceleration also brings areas of legal assessment in terms of the legal texts organized in the field of esports and the contracts between the players and teams, which are the most important actors of esports.

Legal assessment on gaming houses in terms of e-sports law (Turkey)

INTRODUCTION Although differences exist as concerns many points such as rules of plays, federations and teams, sports branches can meet on common ground when it comes to legal fundamentals. However, e-sports may call for various needs as to building legislation due to being different from usual term for sports. One of the fundamental differences between […]

Legal framework of e-sports and wagering (Turkey)

As the rapidly increasing development of the esports ecosystem in Turkey requires regulating many areas, one of those is the “wagering” industry. As the Covid-19 epidemic, which has a global and domestic impact, has been found to be an accelerating factor in betting on esports games, the importance of regulating the relationship between esports and wagering and the legal structure has once again emerged.

Extension of the arbitral agreements

Under what circumstances could arbitrators assume jurisdiction over claims made against a non-signatory to the arbitration agreement (or the contract containing it)?

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As the world grapples with COVID-19, we are seeing some of the most unprecedented State measures of our time. Measures causing severe financial damage to many businesses and industries. Where does that leave foreign investors? Will they be able to claim compensation?

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The first ever electronic meeting of the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly on 23 April 2020 considered a number of pieces of legislation, largely in response to the COVID-19 emergency, that are likely to be of interest to local employers and employees. This note is intended to provide a brief overview of the key changes: some […]

Corona Crisis: Amendment of the obligation to file for insolvency in CEE

With the fourth law on COVID-19, the Austrian legislator has suspended the obligation of an overindebted debtor to file for insolvency until 30 June 2020, irrespective of the cause of the over-indebtedness. Some other countries in the CEE region have also adopted measures to combat the consequences of COVID-19 as detailed in the following overview…


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