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Arbitrators enter the lions' den

Premium article - 07 March 2006

Two of Global Arbitration Review's '45 under 45' jousted with London's commercial litigation establishment at a debate on the merits of litigation versus arbitration. The debate was held late February.

Ecuador defeats treaty claim

Premium article - 07 March 2006

Ecuador has defeated a treaty-based claim brought by a Canadian gas company, EnCana, it has emerged.

Chinese event draws crowd

Premium article - 07 March 2006

An unexpected number of Chinese lawyers attended a conference in Shanghai recently.

ICDR finishes global network

Premium article - 07 March 2006

The US's International Centre for Dispute Resolution is starting an office in Singapore.

IBA split on derailment

Premium article - 07 March 2006

The International Bar Association has just completed its ninth 'international arbitration day'. This year's edition took place in Singapore.

Uruguay steered towards arbitration

Premium article - 07 March 2006

Three international banks have steered Uruguay towards arbitrating a dispute worth about $700 million.

Vice presidents revealed at LCIA

Premium article - 07 March 2006

The London Court of International Arbitration has revealed its next three vice presidents.

Fulbright & Jaworski adds in DC

Premium article - 07 March 2006

Fulbright & Jaworski LLP has moved disputes specialist Arif Hyder Ali from Houston to DC.

Welcome to 'GAR'

Premium article - 14 February 2006

J William Rowley QC, chairman of Global Arbitration Review's editorial board, introduces readers to our new service.

NAFTA panel imposes huge costs award

Premium article - 09 February 2006

A Canadian company faces a US$1 million bill for costs after losing a NAFTA-based claim against Mexico.

GAR publishes 45 under 45

Premium article - 09 February 2006

Global Arbitration Review has completed a survey of leading lights of arbitration's younger generation.

Debevoise builds French practice

Premium article - 09 February 2006

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP is the latest firm to poach from Shearman & Sterling's respected arbitration practice.