After Brexit: the new landscape for English arbitration

While Brexit’s effect on the popularity of England-seated arbitration is still unclear, it poses significant practical difficulties for practitioners seeking to travel to participate in arbitrations in the EU. Stuart Dutson, Jonathan Schuman, William Dunning and Eliza Jones of Simmons & Simmons in London report.

24 September 2021

Shifting sands: Dubai’s consolidation plan explained

Essam Al Tamimi and Sara Koleilat-Aranjo of Al Tamimi & Company explain Dubai’s surprise move to consolidate three arbitration centres into a single centre under the Dubai International Arbitration Centre brand.

23 September 2021

Saudi Arabia - the story continues

From the Aramco case to the latest rule changes at the Saudi Center for Commercial Arbitration, Saud Al-Ammari of Al-Ammari Law Firm in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia, and Tim Martin of Northumberland Chambers in Calgary, Canada, discuss the continuing evolution of arbitration in Saudi Arabia.

01 September 2021

Don’t leave us out of the conversation: a personal perspective on disability inclusion

As the ICC says it will launch a taskforce on disability inclusion in international arbitration, Simon Maynard of King & Spalding, who was left with a stoma after surgery for bowel cancer, considers ways to improve access to the field for those with disabilities.

20 August 2021

The Olympic Games: Citius, Altius, Fortius and litigious?

The Games of the XXXII Olympiad have begun, played under the Olympic motto of "Citius, Altius, Fortius" (faster, higher, stronger). But to what extent will the Tokyo Olympic Games also be litigious? Mark Mangan, Ananya Mitra and Miranda Elvidge of Dechert consider the categories of disputes that may arise.

27 July 2021

Ecuador: one step closer to ICSID ratification

Gary Born and Soledad Peña Plaza of WilmerHale in London consider a “remarkable” recent decision by Ecuador’s Constitutional Court that the country’s ratification of the ICSID Convention does not require the approval of its National Assembly.

16 July 2021

GAR 100 – this year’s edition out now

Global Arbitration Review is pleased to unveil the latest edition of the GAR 100, our annual survey of the leading international arbitration practices around the world.

15 July 2021

What Shakespeare tells us about the impact of state corruption proceedings

“Though justice be thy plea, consider this, that, in the course of justice, none of us shall see salvation”, says Portia in The Merchant of Venice. Peter FitzGerald of Peter & Peters in London looks at how state corruption proceedings impact justice in international arbitration, with other references to Shakespeare’s plays.

09 July 2021

Damages and costs in investment treaty arbitration studied for a third time

As UNCITRAL draws closer to formulating recommendations for ISDS reform, Allen & Overy partner Matthew Hodgson has updated his study of damages and costs in investment treaty arbitration, confirming that tribunals are giving these issues greater attention even as costs incurred by claimants and respondents have dropped.

03 June 2021

India’s arbitration rollercoaster in 2020

Nicholas Lingard and Rohit Bhat of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Singapore consider key developments in Indian arbitration in 2020.

29 January 2021

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