Autonomous cars and the ethical question
An autonomous car is a vehicle that is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without human input.
Supreme Court unilaterally changes evidentiary rule in Austria
According to Austrian procedural law (Zivilprozessordnung), each party to a legal dispute has to prove the set of facts supporting their own claim.
Dialog am Schubertring “TTIP - Major changes in trade agreement deal between Europe and the US”
Christoph Kerres, founding partner of Kerres | Partners Attorneys at Law, and the Austrian Federal Minister of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management (BMLFUW), Andrä Rupprechter, g
Kerres | Partners at the Wien Energie Business Run 2016
This year Kerres | Partners once again participated at the Wien Energie Business Run.
Estate of Franz West – Supreme Court decides about transfer of art
The internationally renowned artist Franz West died in 2012 after long suffering and left his wife and two children behind.
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Requirement of “written form” not fulfilled by WhatsApp message according to Austrian Supreme Court
In many agreements, the parties set forth the requirement that any and all changes or amendments of such agreements and any declarations and notices to the other party in connection thereto have to
European Standards on Internet trading
The European Union is enhancing its efforts to assist consumers with their rights in receiving a fair deal.
The Effects of negative benchmark interest rates on variable interest clauses in loan agreements
For many years, banks and debtors agreed on interest escalation clauses in loan agreements with variable interest rates.