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In Proskauer Rose's latest arbitration lecture Singapore-based arbitrator Chiann Bao asked whether arbitrators know the law and, if so, what they can and should do with it. Dorothy Murray and Genesis Sanchez Tavarez of Proskauer’s London and New York offices report.
09 September 2021
In a keynote address at GAR Connect: Breaking In, the director of legislation at Cameroon’s ministry of justice, Gaston Kenfack Douajni, criticised the “condescension” with which African arbitrators are treated and the “superiority complex” of some Western practitioners when dealing with arbitral centres in Africa.
08 September 2021
After 18 months of virtual conferences, GAR Live is returning for an intellectual property-flavoured event in Atlanta tackling key issues in the field from the perspectives of in-house and external counsel – with a range of other topics also on the agenda.
25 August 2021
Readers are invited to join us next week for GAR Connect: Singapore, which will address insolvency, hot topics in the energy sector and the use of arbitration by big tech and pharma companies. There will also be a fireside chat with SIAC court president Gary Born.
17 August 2021
Readers are invited to join us in September for GAR Connect: Breaking In, which will address how international arbitration becomes more diverse – including regional challenges such as building a local arbitration bar and expanding the arbitrator pool. There will also be a keynote address by a special guest.
22 July 2021
Speakers at an event to mark the launch of a new English-language treatise on Italian arbitration by ArbLit partner Massimo Benedettelli hailed the jurisdiction’s favourable approach to arbitration.
22 July 2021
At the 33rd annual Institute for Transnational Arbitration Workshop, Constantine Partasides QC reflected on under- and over-regulation of arbitrator conduct while arguing that the ICSID and UNCITRAL Draft Code of Conduct for Adjudicators in its current form could have unintended consequences.
14 July 2021
The ICCA Congress in Edinburgh has been postponed once again due to the pandemic and will now take place in late 2022.
23 June 2021
A webinar organised by the World Bank and Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Justice considered the country’s efforts to improve its business and investment climate by enhancing dispute settlement and prevention mechanisms. Martin Gronemann of Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg reports.
07 June 2021
A panel at London International Disputes Week considered the "rise and rise" of state involvement in global disputes and whether it is likely to continue, with a particular focus on state criticism of and attempts to reform investment arbitration.
02 June 2021
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