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