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BRAZIL: arbitration law turns 10

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Flavio Augusto Picchi, a sole practitioner from Sao Paulo, reports

Finance agreements: A practical approach to options to arbitrate

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Philip Clifford, partner, and Oliver Browne, associate, at Latham & Watkins in London explain the pitfalls of unilateral options to arbitrate, and how to avoid them

Investment rights in Southeast Asia: ASEAN arbitration

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Barry Garfinkel, of counsel, and Timothy G Nelson, counsel, at Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP in New York compare arbitration under the ASEAN agreement with better known forms of treaty arbitration

Indian arbitration at a crossroads

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India faces a choice, say Aloke Ray and Dipen Sabharwal at White & Case: revive the spirit of the 1996 act, or see a return of the 1940 law

Challenges: Theirs is to reason why

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David Hacking of Littleton Chambers says it is time all major arbitral institutions gave reasons when deciding challenges to serving arbitrators

Partiality and issue conflicts

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Fear of issue conflicts cannot be allowed to chill the exchange of ideas, say Matt Gearing, partner, and Anthony Sinclair, associate, both members of the international arbitration group at Allen & Overy LLP

The SCC's new Rules

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The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce spent 2006 revising its arbitration rules. Kaj Hobér, partner, and William McKechnie, associate at Mannheimer Swartling, outline the key changes in the new rules, which apply from 1 January 2007

Sweden's arbitration powers

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Plenty of domestic work gives size to Sweden’s leading arbitration practices, says Julius Cavendish. He hears what different groups have to say

Interview with Ulf Franke

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Ulf Franke is the first – and so far only – secretary general of the Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce. Julius Cavendish asks him about the changes he’s seen and his plans for the future

Stockholm comes in from the cold

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The institute in Stockholm is shedding some of its Swedishness in a bid to attract international work. David Samuels and Julius Cavendish report