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GAR interviews SCC secretary general Annette Magnusson, about Sweden's arbitral landscape, 10 years of Stockholm University's arbitration LLM, and why she believes institutional values will always trump guidelines.
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GAR's sister publication Indian Lawyer 250 interviews Promod Nair, partner at J Sagar Associates in Bangalore, about his recent appointment to the LCIA Court and his views on the current state of Indian arbitration.
Premium article - 16 May 2013
Arnold & Porter picked up a prize at the 2013 GAR Awards in Bogotá for "large international arbitration practice that impressed". GAR interviews practice head Paolo Di Rosa and partner Jean Kalicki about the firm's successes.
Premium article - 11 February 2013
Sebastian Perry interviews leading US arbitrator Charles N Brower.
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GAR interviews Columbia Law School professor George Bermann about the growth in graduate courses on international arbitration, the demands of his role as chief reporter of the American Law Institute's Restatement, and the "cataclysmic" implications of the Chevron v Ecuador case.
Premium article - 05 December 2011
The first of a series of Proust questionnaires provides unique insights into the life and loves of Allen & Overy partner and co-chair of the International Bar Association arbitration committee, Judith Gill QC.
Premium article - 16 November 2011
Following the recent International Bar Association conference in Dubai, Alison Ross speaks to the chair of the host committee, Essam Al Tamimi, about the event and the growing number of dispute resolution options in the United Arab Emirates.
Premium article - 19 October 2011
As Bill Slate steps down as president of the American Arbitration Association, GAR speaks to Luis Martinez, vice president of the AAA's international arm, the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, about its initiatives to manage costs and promote mediation.
Premium article - 29 September 2011
Graham Coop, general counsel of the secretariat that administers the Energy Charter Treaty, explains why the treaty might need updating to keep up with technological advances, and why Russia would do well to rejoin in light of the EU’s plans to liberalise the energy market.
Premium article - 05 September 2011
Yu Jianlong, the secretary general and vice chair of the China International Economic and Trade Commission, tells Alison Ross about recent developments in CIETAC arbitration and what to expect from the forthcoming rules revision.