Premium article - 26 November 2012
Specialised master’s degrees in international arbitration are multiplying at a dizzying rate – but how useful are they when it comes to finding a job in private practice? Sebastian Perry reports
Premium article - 30 March 2012
In the last of a series of snapshots of third-party funding developments worldwide, partner Baiju Vasani of Crowell & Moring in Washington, DC, reports on recent US case law relating to funding disputes.
Premium article - 28 March 2012
Partner Noradèle Radjai of Lalive in Geneva reports on developments in third-party funding in Switzerland.
Premium article - 27 March 2012
Continuing GAR's series of snapshots of third-party funding developments from around the globe, Alvin Yeo SC and Swee Yen Koh of Wong Partnership in Singapore say proposed legislation may remove historical barriers to third-party funding in the city-state.
Premium article - 26 March 2012
Partners Paul Starr and David Bateson of King & Wood Mallesons discuss recent Hong Kong's recent case law on third-party funding arrangements.
Premium article - 23 March 2012
Sarah Ganz and Olga Braeuer of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr in London report on German laws governing third-party funding arrangements.
Premium article - 22 March 2012
Partner Philip Dunham and associate Samantha Nataf of Dechert in Paris discuss the scarce French case law touching on third-party funding arrangements and the ethical considerations that may arise.
Premium article - 21 March 2012
In GAR's continuing series examining third-party funding developments worldwide, partner Steven Finizio and counsel Duncan Speller of Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr in London report on case law and pending legislation in England and Wales, and how these may affect international arbitration.
Premium article - 20 March 2012
In the second part of our series examining third-party funding developments around the world, partner Martin Valasek of Norton Rose Canada in Montreal reports on recent Canadian case law on the issue of whether financing costs can be recovered from the losing side in a case.
Premium article - 19 March 2012
In the first of a series of snapshots of third-party funding developments from around the world, partners Max Bonnell and Peter Megens of Mallesons Stephen Jaques in Sydney describe Australia's current attitude to the funding of arbitration.