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Irish Supreme Court maintains third-party funding ban

Third-party funding remains illegal in Ireland following a ruling yesterday from the country’s highest court.

Roschier partner to lead Swedish body

The Swedish Arbitration Association, or SAA, has appointed Johan Sidklev of Roschier in Stockholm as its new president, while adding three other members to its executive committee.

Zurich boutique hires from CMS

Zurich boutique Gabriel Arbitration has hired a new partner from the local office of CMS, the former home of its founding partner Simon Gabriel.

Foley Hoag names counsel in DC

Christina Beharry, a former Canadian government lawyer who has acted for El Salvador and Uruguay in landmark ICSID cases, has been promoted to counsel at Foley Hoag in Washington, DC.

  • New leaders at DIS-40

    The German Institution of Arbitration’s under-40 group DIS-40 has appointed two new co-chairs.

  • New fronts open in Spanish solar battle

    A British investment fund that won a €128 million Energy Charter Treaty award against Spain over renewable energy subsidies has applied to a US court to enforce it, as ICSID registers yet another claim against the state relating to reforms to that sector.

  • US investment arbitration chief joins Jenner & Block

    After eight years at the US State Department, the last two as chief of investment arbitration, Patrick Pearsall has left to join the partnership at Jenner & Block in Washington, DC – where he will lead a newly formed public international law group.

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Ryanair ruling creates dual system for enforcement in France

A ruling that empowers the French administrative courts to hear petitions to enforce foreign awards arising from public contracts has created confusion for users and robbed France of its status as a leading arbitration venue, a prominent practitioner has warned.

Paris Bar approves third-party funding

The Paris Bar Council has passed a resolution confirming that third-party funding is a positive development for access to justice in international arbitration and does not contravene French law – introduced for the first time at an event at Paris Arbitration Week.

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