Premium article - 29 April 2015
Following yesterday's coverage of GAR Live BITs in Washington, DC, we publish further photos of the event attended by around 100 guests from the world of treaty arbitration.
Premium article - 27 March 2015
GAR Live is returning to London twice in May – book by 9am on Monday, London time, to benefit from an early bird discount.
Premium article - 24 February 2015
Practitioners from Bahrain, Egypt, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates considered the progress the region has made at the first GAR Live Dubai – while also addressing the continuing difficulties of enforcing arbitral awards in the Gulf and other sensitive topics. Kyriaki Karadelis reports
Premium article - 01 July 2014
Photos from last week's GAR Live Istanbul are available now.
Premium article - 26 June 2014
A law establishing a new international arbitration centre in Istanbul could be passed by August, said speakers at today’s GAR Live in the city, as they shared their optimism about Turkey’s improving arbitration and enforcement regimes. Kyriaki Karadelis reports.
Premium article - 09 June 2014
Photos from last week's GAR Live in Frankfurt are now available.
Premium article - 05 June 2014
The EU is embracing a North American model of investment protection in its treaty negotiations that risks politicising investor-state disputes by limiting tribunals’ interpretive powers, GAR Live Frankfurt heard today.
Premium article - 08 May 2014
Yesterday's GAR Live London saw a packed room debate corruption, arbitrators' remuneration and whether London arbitration seats come with "nasty surprises". Here's the day in pictures.
Premium article - 07 May 2014
GAR Live London today considered whether arbitrators have a duty to investigate suspicions of corruption in a case even when neither side has raised the issue – or whether such matters are best left to national courts. Douglas Thomson reports
Premium article - 04 December 2013
An all-Australian panel at GAR Live Sydney today asked why a country that has produced so many well-known international arbitration practitioners has struggled to establish itself as an arbitral seat – is it the “tyranny of distance” or simply a lack of awareness at home? Kyriaki Karadelis reports