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The commissions and working groups organised by the Union Internationale des Avocats (International Association of Lawyers - UIA) work in specific areas in the fields of business law and general practice, as well as human rights law.

These commissions and working groups publish newsletters and contributions from members who would like to see their work read by other lawyers who work in the same field in other countries.

In addition, the commissions offer members a forum for exchanging information and expertise, especially at the annual congresses but also at seminars or other events.

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Last update on October 21, 2017

INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION

The International Arbitration Commission is comprised of lawyers practising in various jurisdictions who are engaged in international commercial arbitration and international investment arbitration.

The Commission’s focus primarily centres on the development of international arbitration law and, in particular, new trends in arbitration law and practice.

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Last update on October 20, 2017

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

The Intellectual Property Commission deals with all aspects of intellectual property (including trade marks, copyright, design rights, patents, data and privacy).  We look at the impact of and challenges faced by intellectual property in the modern world, both in relation to its exploitation through commercial contracts, licensing and franchising and its enforcement.

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Last update on October 20, 2017

CORPORATE LAW

The Corporate Law commission of the International Association of Lawyers (UIA) analyses current problems in companies law from academic and practical standpoints.

Since its members come from different jurisdictions, the problems are generally analysed with a comparative law approach, which enriches discussions, because the problems are analysed mentioning the differences in several legal systems.

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