Long may she reign: 30 years of the Queen Mary School of International Arbitration

Tuesday, 21 April

(l-r) Remy Gerbay, Debbie De Dirolamo, Stavros Brekoulakis, Maxi Scherer, Loukas Mistelis and Julian Lew QC

The School of International Arbitration at Queen Mary, University of London, has welcomed lawyers and academics from around the world – including many alumni – to a conference to celebrate its 30th anniversary and consider the next three decades of international arbitration practice.

Hungarian radio claim goes off air

Tuesday, 21 April

The claim was brought by investors in Hungary's Danubius radio

Hungary has defeated the second of two ICSID cases filed by investors in the radio industry that lost out in tenders for broadcasting licences.

McDermott practice head moves to Mayer Brown

Tuesday, 21 April

After nearly 19 years with McDermott Will & Emery in New York, five as head of international arbitration, B Ted Howes has moved to the New York office of Mayer Brown as leader of the firm’s practice in the US and one of three co-leaders globally.

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