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UK judges seek slice of the arbitration pie?

Premium article - 18 May 2007

Are London's judges making a play for more arbitration work?

Salans makes London arbitration hire

Premium article - 11 May 2007

Salans has unveiled George Burn as head of its London international arbitration practice.

Norton Rose rebuilds arbitration practice

Premium article - 11 May 2007

Norton Rose has poached Joseph Tirado from Baker Botts to rebuild its international arbitration practice.

Focus falls on Energy Charter Treaty

Premium article - 11 May 2007

Next week sees a conference on arbitration under the Energy Charter Treaty taking place at The World Bank in Washington, DC.

Why are ECT claims rising?

Premium article - 11 May 2007

There have been 15 known arbitrations under the Energy Charter Treaty since the first in 2001 - over half of these were registered in the past 26 months.

GAR traces life after Vis Moot

Premium article - 11 May 2007

Ten past winners of the Willem C Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot relate their memories of the competition and what they are doing now.

Don't stack the deck, says GE man

Premium article - 11 May 2007

Efforts to stack the deck can come back to haunt you, says Michael McIlwrath, senior disputes counsel for GE Oil & Gas.

IPOC loses 'uniquely hard fought' claim

Premium article - 04 May 2007

Freshfields arbitration lawyers have been celebrating success on behalf of client CT-Mobile this week.

Herbert Smith moves arbitration partner to Dubai

Premium article - 04 May 2007

Herbert Smith LLP is relocating construction and arbitration specialist Craig Shepherd to its new Dubai office to set up a disputes practice.

Venezuela and Bolivia plan to leave ICSID

Premium article - 04 May 2007

Venezuela and Bolivia could withdraw soon from the International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes in Washington, DC.