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Online hearings and video conferences have become the “new normal” in international arbitration since the pandemic started - but are we ready for robot arbitrators and predictive analytics? The Milan Chamber of Arbitration looked at how developments in artificial intelligence are impacting international arbitration and the potential for collaborative use of "cobots".
02 March 2021
After putting paid to intra-EU BITs, it is only a matter of time before the European Commission begins interfering with commercial arbitration, Robert Volterra warned in a keynote speech at GAR Interactive DACH.
26 February 2021
The ITA-IEL-ICC joint conference on international energy arbitration considered the future of the energy industry and the challenges the industry faces during the covid-19 pandemic. Maria Slobodchikova of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in New York reports.
24 February 2021
The global move to renewable energy will bring a wave of disputes requiring new damages models and featuring more environmental counterclaims, according to a panel at GAR Interactive Energy.
22 February 2021
A panel at GAR Interactive Damages discussed the role of experts in presenting damages in arbitration – debating the appearance of bias, the use of joint reports and how proactive a tribunal should be.
16 February 2021
A panel at GAR Interactive BITs shared their experiences of successfully settling investor-state disputes – and asked whether any common lessons could be learned.
05 February 2021
A full recording of our GAR Interactive BITs event can be found here.
29 January 2021
Practitioners discussed arbitrator liability, disclosure and diversity at the first-ever virtual Americas Workshop hosted by the Institute for Transnational Arbitration and Latin American Association of Arbitration. María Paz Lestido of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Washington, DC reports.
21 January 2021
A webinar hosted by the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and chaired by Kathryn Khamsi of Three Crowns looked at the importance of emissions trading systems for meeting commitments under the Paris Agreement on climate change and the eventual role arbitration may play. Nicola Peart of Three Crowns reports.
12 January 2021
In a recent lecture, Loukas Mistelis of Queen Mary University of London addressed investors' perceptions of investor-state dispute settlement and lived up to his Greek heritage by advocating an "Aristotelean moral philosophical approach" to ISDS.
18 December 2020
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