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Investment Arbitration And Financial Products

Investment Arbitration And Financial Products
Unanticipated disputes can sometimes arise when private companies conduct business in a foreign country. However, foreign investors are granted substantive protections through bilateral investment treaties (BITs), therefore in many cases ... Read More
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Global Pound Conference Berlin

Global Pound Conference Berlin
The Berlin Global Pound Conference, held on 24 March 2017 at the International Chamber of Commerce in the heart of the capital, was the first I had attended in the ... Read More
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Ask An Expert: Lucy Greenwood

Ask An Expert: Lucy Greenwood
Lucy Greenwood, an independent International Arbitrator based in Houston, Texas, provides her insight into the the issues of transparency, data and diversity in the international arbitration field. What is your ... Read More

Ask An Expert: Joe Liu

Ask An Expert: Joe Liu
Joe Liu, Managing Counsel at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre, speaks about transparency, education and trends in Asia’s dispute resolution market ... Read More
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Evaluating Arbitrators: You Be The Judge

Evaluating Arbitrators: You Be The Judge
In 2007/8, I set up a now long-since defunct website (disputesloop.com) with the lofty aim of introducing some transparency into the appointment process of ADR neutrals. At its core, the ... Read More

Matching Arbitrators To Party Expectations

Matching Arbitrators To Party Expectations
Reacting to a discussion at Vienna Arbitration Days 2016, Lucy Greenwood, Michael McIlwrath and I published an article ‘Puppies or Kittens – How To Better Match Arbitrators to Party Expectations’ ... Read More
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The Geneva GPC – Does The Future Lie In Mediation?

The Geneva GPC – Does The Future Lie In Mediation?
On 29 September 2016, various stakeholders from the judicial and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) community – arbitrators, mediators and judges, in-house counsel, external lawyers, policy-makers as well as representatives of ... Read More
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Some Thoughts On CETA

Some Thoughts On CETA
High drama this week, with CETA, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the EU, first blocked by the Walloons, and then rescued following some marathon diplomacy (or ... Read More
GPC, Opinion

Ask An Expert: Paul Key QC

Ask An Expert: Paul Key QC
New Zealand born Paul Key QC, an international arbitration specialist at Essex Court Chambers in London, discusses innovation, challenges and new trends in dispute resolution.  What is your role in ... Read More
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It’s A Numbers Game: Diversity And Inclusion In International Dispute Resolution

It’s A Numbers Game: Diversity And Inclusion In International Dispute Resolution
As a largely private mechanism for dispute resolution, international commercial arbitration has been shielded from scrutiny in relation to the composition of its arbitral tribunals. For years, the arbitration institutions ... Read More
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When arbitration is used and why

When arbitration is used and why
In almost all instances, arbitration must be contemplated at the contract drafting stage. Parties may, of course, agree to take a dispute to arbitration at any stage, but once a dispute has broken ... Read More

Secrets of a Global Super Court – A Second Look

Secrets of a Global Super Court - A Second Look
Regardless if you see it as being catastrophic or simply weird, for many and varied reasons, 2016 looks set to be a most memorable year. For arbitration lawyers, it could ... Read More
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