Premium article - 01 December 2008
Recently, Thomas Wälde explained in a recording that his life's aim was to understand "what lay underneath the emperor's clothes, and to reveal and explain this truth, however unpalatable it might be to listeners".
Premium article - 17 November 2008
The arbitral community has lost a leading light, Mohamed Aboul-Enein, the director of the Cairo Regional Centre for Commercial Arbitration, who died in a car accident yesterday.
Premium article - 15 October 2008
A series of heartfelt tributes have followed the unexpected death of Thomas Wälde, aged 59.
Premium article - 29 September 2008
An eminent London maritime arbitrator has died aged 90.
Premium article - 01 December 2007
Sir Arthur Watts, a leading figure in the world of public international law, has died aged 76.
Premium article - 31 July 2007
A leading Jordan arbitration lawyer, Ali Sharif Zu'bi, has passed away aged 90.