Premium article - 16 March 2012
Singapore’s longest serving attorney-general since independence and the founding chairman of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, Tan Boon Teik, died last week, aged 83.
Premium article - 02 March 2012
Christopher Dugan, lead counsel in two pathbreaking NAFTA claims against the United States, has died after a long battle with cancer.
Premium article - 23 January 2012
One of France's best known arbitrators, Serge Lazareff, has died aged 86 after a short illness.
Premium article - 17 January 2012
Colleagues are mourning the loss of Joseph McLaughlin, a distinguished New York litigator-turned-arbitrator who was central to recent efforts to promote the city as an international arbitration venue.
Premium article - 09 January 2012
Dutch arbitrator and Columbia Law School professor Hans Smit has died, aged 84.
Premium article - 08 November 2011
Friends are paying tribute to Spanish arbitration practitioner Fernando Pombo, founding partner of Gómez-Acebo & Pombo and a former president of the International Bar Association, who died from an illness on 4 November.
Premium article - 10 August 2011
Colleagues are paying tribute to Dubai-based counsel and arbitrator Stephen York, who died at the weekend after a short battle with cancer.
Premium article - 31 May 2011
Colleagues and friends have paid tribute to Mont Hoyt, an energy lawyer, international arbitrator and architect of the Texas International Arbitration Act, who died on 7 May.
Premium article - 29 March 2011
Practitioners in Paris have paid tribute to Jean-François Prat, name partner at Bredin Prat, who died on Saturday aged 69.
Premium article - 06 December 2010
Practitioners are paying tribute to Canadian arbitrator and former president of the International Bar Association, Claude Thomson QC - a pioneer of commercial arbitration in Canada, who died on 24 November, aged 77.