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Nomura claims partial award against Czechs

Premium article - 07 April 2006

An arbitration panel has issued a partial award against the Czech Republic in a dispute with Saluka Investments, a Dutch subsidiary of Japanese investment bank Nomura.

Paul Hastings hires Jones Day partner

Premium article - 07 April 2006

Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker has boosted its arbitration group in Tokyo, hiring Haig Oghighian from rivals Jones Day.

Solvay arbitration award upheld

Premium article - 07 April 2006

A US appeals court has approved a multi-million dollar arbitration award in favour of Belgian drugs company Solvay.

Malaysia rings the changes

Premium article - 07 April 2006

Malaysia has successfully completed an overhaul of its arbitration law.

Fulbright releases second arbitration survey

Premium article - 07 April 2006

Fulbright & Jaworski LLP has published its second annual litigation trends survey. Dispute resolution partners Lista Cannon and Graham Simkin launched their independently-commissioned study at an international arbitration conference in London on 3 April.

Students ready to make a moot point

Premium article - 07 April 2006

Law students from around the world have started to arrive in Vienna to take part in the thirteenth Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitraton Moot.

Latin America hosts arbitration conference

Premium article - 07 April 2006

A coalition of law firms hosted a seminar on international arbitration in Buenos Aires last week.

The next Argentina?

Premium article - 01 April 2006

James Clasper asks if any Latin American country will replace Argentina as a target for mass treaty-based arbitration

20 Essex St wins Queen's award

Premium article - 01 April 2006

One of London’s premier arbitration sets, 20 Essex Street, has won an award for international trade. The chambers is among organisations receiving a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2006. It is honoured in the ‘Outstanding Achievement in International Trade’ category.

20 Essex St wins Queen's award

Premium article - 01 April 2006

One of London’s premier arbitration sets, 20 Essex Street, has won an award for international trade. The chambers is among organisations receiving a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in 2006. It is honoured in the ‘Outstanding Achievement in International Trade’ category.