Premium article - 08 September 2015
Arthur Marriott QC, a leading arbitration specialist and the most recent winner of GAR's lifetime achievement award, has died aged 72.
Premium article - 17 June 2015
A leading Indonesian international arbitrator and the founder and chair of the country's arbitration centre, who was famously “kidnapped” at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam to prevent him from hearing a case, has died aged 85.
Premium article - 30 April 2015
Lord Mustill, a British judge and arbitrator and former president of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, has died aged 83.
Premium article - 12 June 2014
Andreas Lowenfeld, professor emeritus of international law at New York University and part of the US delegation at the drafting of the ICSID Convention, has died at the age of 84.
Premium article - 10 March 2014
Swiss arbitrator and law professor Pierre Lalive, one of the founding fathers of modern international arbitration, has died at the age of 91.
Premium article - 12 December 2013
Howard Holtzmann, an influential US figure in the development of international arbitration and one of the first judges on the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, has died at the age of 91.
Premium article - 16 August 2013
Sir Ian Sinclair QC, a former UK government legal adviser and distinguished public international lawyer at Blackstone Chambers in London, has died at the age of 87.
Premium article - 10 July 2013
A former president of the International Law Association who played a role in a number of pioneering expropriation claims has died at the age of 92.
Premium article - 21 March 2013
A former president of the ICC International Court of Arbitration – and the man responsible for putting "international" in its name – has died aged 88.
Premium article - 30 November 2012
UK chartered surveyor and arbitrator Mark Cato, who was one of the founders of the Arbitration Club, has passed away after a long battle with motor neurone disease that he chronicled in a popular blog.