Panel rules in Indonesian bank bailout case

Thursday, 18 December

Bank Century was bailed out by the Indonesian government in 2008

In an award that both sides are hailing as a victory, an UNCITRAL panel has found that Indonesia’s criminal prosecution of a Saudi investor breached international law but that his negligence in supervising a bailed-out bank means he is not entitled to treaty protection.

Arnold & Porter greets returning partner

Thursday, 18 December

John Roesser, former co-chair of international arbitration US firm Alston & Bird, has returned to Arnold & Porter as a partner, 17 years after he left.

Norton Rose Fulbright promotes in Ottawa

Thursday, 18 December

Norton Rose Fulbright has promoted Alison Fitzgerald in Ottawa from associate to counsel.

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Creatures of ritual?

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In this year's Freshfields lecture, Emmanuel Gaillard looked at international arbitration as a social construct, observing the interactions of its main actors and their “ritualised” behaviour at hearings, award ceremonies and conferences.

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