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Debevoise & Plimpton partner David W Rivkin has unveiled new arbitration rules, the Town Elder rules, that involve a novel, decision-tree approach to arbitration – made possible by the use of new technology – and the resolution of matters on an issue-by-issue basis.
13 December 2021
The American Branch of the International Law Association's latest international law weekend featured panels on the future of international energy governance, climate change, geopolitics and economic competition, international commercial courts and service of process. Lawyers involved share five key takeaways for arbitration practitioners.
01 December 2021
At a virtual event, ICSID secretary-general Meg Kinnear addressed the future of ISDS and said the predicted “deluge” of investor-state claims relating to the covid-19 pandemic has not occurred. Rob Houston of K&L Gates Straits Law and Hena Sial and Lauren Sandground of K&L Gates report.
29 November 2021
Interviewed at GAR Live London, Toby Landau QC talked about the “inbuilt procedural redundancy” in arbitration, why witness statements are a “waste of time” and what really goes on during tribunal deliberations.
22 November 2021
Parties in disputes with state-owned entities may be better off bringing an investment treaty claim against the host state, GAR Live Dubai heard today, and should steer clear of “toothless” and “futile” mediation.
17 November 2021
The EU is undermining the rule of law by systemically dismantling the investment treaty arbitration system between member states but this represents a “unique opportunity” for London, said panellists at GAR Live London.
11 November 2021
The first-ever GAR Live in mainland China discussed Belt and Road disputes, with some suggesting Chinese parties are reluctant to submit such matters to international arbitration.
10 November 2021
Friends and colleagues of Emmanuel Gaillard gathered in Paris recently to celebrate his life and work, at a dazzling event organised by the firm he co-founded shortly before his death.
10 November 2021
Hydrogen is likely to be key in helping the world reach net zero emissions, while issues around its transport and certifying its green credentials are rife for future disputes, according to a panel at Paris Arbitration Week. Elise Edson and Dimitrios Katsikis of Shearman & Sterling report.
05 November 2021
Readers are invited to join us for GAR Live Dubai later this month, which features sessions on the influence of shariah principles in international arbitration; issues involving state entities; and the impact of the covid-19 pandemic on supply chains and construction disputes. There will also be a keynote address by HE Justice Shamlan Al Sawalehi and a GAR Live debate.
04 November 2021
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