Premium article - 10 March 2014
Swiss arbitrator and law professor Pierre Lalive, one of the founding fathers of modern international arbitration, has died at the age of 91.
Premium article - 12 December 2013
Howard Holtzmann, an influential US figure in the development of international arbitration and one of the first judges on the Iran-United States Claims Tribunal, has died at the age of 91.
Premium article - 16 August 2013
Sir Ian Sinclair QC, a former UK government legal adviser and distinguished public international lawyer at Blackstone Chambers in London, has died at the age of 87.
Premium article - 10 July 2013
A former president of the International Law Association who played a role in a number of pioneering expropriation claims has died at the age of 92.
Premium article - 21 March 2013
A former president of the ICC International Court of Arbitration – and the man responsible for putting "international" in its name – has died aged 88.
Premium article - 30 November 2012
UK chartered surveyor and arbitrator Mark Cato, who was one of the founders of the Arbitration Club, has passed away after a long battle with motor neurone disease that he chronicled in a popular blog.
Premium article - 22 November 2012
The arbitration community is mourning Daniel Wehrli, a vice-president of the Swiss Arbitration Association and one of the team working on a revised Swiss law on arbitration, who has died suddenly aged 62.
Premium article - 07 November 2012
GAR looks back on the life of Pieter Sanders, the father of the New York Convention, who died in Rotterdam on 27 September – just six days after celebrating his 100th birthday.
Premium article - 28 September 2012
Pieter Sanders, the principal drafter of the New York Convention and one of the founders of the International Council for Commercial Arbitration, has died a week after celebrating his 100th birthday.
Premium article - 11 September 2012
One of the founders of Swiss law boutique Lalive, arbitrator Jean-Flavien Lalive, has died, it has emerged.