Will Juncker junk ISDS?

Thursday, 30 October

Jean-Claude Juncker

The European Parliament in Strasbourg has voted in the new European commissioners chosen by president-elect Jean- Claude Juncker; he has said that his commission “will not accept that the jurisdiction of courts in the EU member states be limited by special regimes for investor-to-state disputes”.

Venezuela seeks revision of Exxon award

Thursday, 30 October


Venezuela has won a provisional stay of enforcement of a US$1.6 billion ICSID award in favour of ExxonMobil, following the US oil company’s swift move to get it recognised in New York.

Bryan Cave builds in New York

Thursday, 30 October

Emma Lindsay

Emma Lindsay, a former member of Simpson Thacher & Bartlett’s international arbitration team, has joined Bryan Cave as counsel in New York.

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Are party-appointed experts a waste of time?

Tuesday, 28 October

The latest GAR Live Hong Kong saw a debate on the role of expert witnesses in international arbitration, with one side seeking to convince a sceptical audience that the party appointment of experts should be abandoned.

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