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The European, Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review 2016

This edition delivers expert analysis and developments in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.

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The European, Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review 2015

This edition delivers expert analysis and developments in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Nigeria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom.

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The European, Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review 2014

Global Arbitration Review is delighted to publish The European, Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review 2014, one of a series of special reports that deliver business-focused intelligence and analysis designed to help general counsel, arbitrators and private practitioners to avoid the pitfalls and seize the opportunities of international arbitration. Like its sister reports The Arbitration Review of the Americas and The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review, The European, Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review provides an unparalleled annual update – written by the experts – on key developments.

In preparing this report, Global Arbitration Review has worked exclusively with leading arbitrators and legal counsel. It is their wealth of experience and knowledge – enabling them not only to explain law and policy, but also to put theory into context – which makes the report of particular value to those conducting international business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa today. 

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The European, Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review 2013

Global Arbitration Review is delighted to publish The European, Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review 2013, one of a series of special reports that deliver business-focused intelligence and analysis designed to help general counsel, arbitrators and private practitioners to avoid the pitfalls and seize the opportunities of international arbitration. Like its sister reports The Arbitration Review of the Americas and The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review, The European, Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review provides an unparalleled annual update – written by the experts – on key developments.

In preparing this report, Global Arbitration Review has worked exclusively with leading arbitrators and legal counsel. It is their wealth of experience and knowledge – enabling them not only to explain law and policy, but also to put theory into context – which makes the report of particular value to those conducting international business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa today.

Global Arbitration Review would like to thank our contributors, specialists in arbitration across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, who have made it possible to publish this timely regional report.

Although every effort has been made to provide insight into the current state of domestic and international arbitration across Europe, the Middle East and Africa, international arbitration is a complex and fast-changing field of practice, and therefore specific legal advice should always be sought.

Subscribers to Global Arbitration Review will receive regular updates on changes to law and practice throughout the year.

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The European & Middle Eastern Arbitration Review 2012

Global Arbitration Review is delighted to publish The European and Middle Eastern Arbitration Review 2012, one of a series of special reports that deliver business-focused intelligence and analysis designed to help general counsel, arbitrators and private practitioners to avoid the pitfalls and seize the opportunities of international arbitration. Like its sister reports The Arbitration Review of the Americas and The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review, The European and Middle Eastern Arbitration Review provides an unparalleled annual update – written by the experts – on key developments.

In preparing this report, Global Arbitration Review has worked exclusively with leading arbitrators and legal counsel. It is their wealth of experience and knowledge – enabling them not only to explain law and policy, but also to put theory into context – which makes the report of particular value to those conducting international business in Europe and the Middle East today.

Global Arbitration Review would like to thank our contributors, specialists in arbitration across Europe and the Middle East, who have made it possible to publish this timely regional report.

Although every effort has been made to provide insight into the current state of domestic and international arbitration across Europe and the Middle East, international arbitration is a complex and fast-changing field of practice, and therefore specific legal advice should always be sought.

Subscribers to Global Arbitration Review will receive regular updates on changes to law and practice throughout the year.

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The European & Middle Eastern Arbitration Review 2011

Global Arbitration Review is delighted to publish The European and Middle Eastern Arbitration Review 2011, one of a series of special reports that deliver business-focused intelligence and analysis designed to help general counsel, arbitrators and private practitioners to avoid the pitfalls and seize the opportunities of international arbitration. Like its sister reports The Arbitration Review of the Americas and The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review, The European and Middle Eastern Arbitration Review provides an unparalleled annual update - written by the experts - on key developments.

In preparing this report, Global Arbitration Review has worked exclusively with leading arbitrators and legal counsel. It is their wealth of experience and knowledge - enabling them not only to explain law and policy, but also to put theory into context - which makes the report of particular value to those conducting international business in Europe and the Middle East today.