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After Doug Jones called for the arbitration community to exchange feedback on cases conducted remotely using technology during the coronavirus pandemic, participants in an international commercial case under SIAC rules have shared their experience of conducting a case using technology provided by Maxwell Chambers in Singapore.
23 April 2020
In a display of unity, leading arbitral institutions have published a joint message in response to the coronavirus pandemic, emphasising their commitment to working together to overcome challenges.
16 April 2020
The ICC International Court of Arbitration has outlined measures that can be taken to mitigate the adverse effects of the coronavirus pandemic on arbitral proceedings.
13 April 2020
Peruvian officials have warned that a proposed emergency measure suspending the collection of toll fees on the country’s road network in response to the outbreak of covid-19 could result in multiple ICSID claims.
09 April 2020
David Branson, an arbitrator and counsel based in Washington, DC, points to the tragedy that befell a US choir to warn of the risks of holding an in-person arbitration hearing during the coronavirus pandemic and argues that, for technology to be successfully used instead, institutions need to provide "office theatres" with movie-quality sound and visuals.
08 April 2020
GAR Award-winning arbitral body Delos Dispute Resolution has updated its checklist on holding in-person arbitrations and mediation hearings during the covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, in particular to address a situation where one side wants to proceed with a case and the other to delay it.
03 April 2020
A new Seoul Protocol on Video Conferencing in International Arbitration, published by the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board, offers guidance that could be useful for those holding virtual hearings and meetings from lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic.
02 April 2020
Arbitrator Neil Kaplan QC discusses how tribunals and institutions will have to adapt to the new era of social distancing ushered in by the coronavirus pandemic, calling for greater use of video conferencing and flexibility when it comes to compensating arbitrators for delayed cases.
30 March 2020
As Italy emerges as the country worst affected by the covid-19 pandemic, Massimo Benedettelli and other lawyers from ArbLit in Milan consider whether emergency measures passed by it and other countries to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and protect the economy could lead to claims under bilateral investment treaties.
26 March 2020
In the wake of the World Health Organization’s announcement that the coronavirus outbreak is now a pandemic there has been further disruption in the arbitration world – along with the release of guidance to help practitioners work through the crisis without risk.
13 March 2020
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