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GAR considers the impact of the coronavirus on international arbitration and how it might change the way cases are conducted.
07 March 2020
Hamid Gharavi of Derains & Gharavi in Paris explains how French arbitration law and courts enable parties instituting arbitrations under the OIC treaty to avoid a denial of justice.
21 February 2020
More than two years ago, the ICSID tribunal in Urbaser v Argentina made significant findings on the role of international human rights law in investment treaty arbitration. Iain Maxwell and Caitlin Eaton of Herbert Smith Freehills in London look at how subsequent tribunals have responded to human rights and environmental considerations.
03 July 2019
Tribunals don’t come together of their own choosing – rather like an arranged marriage, the arbitrators are brought together by others in expectation that they will co-operate and “produce something”, Michael Moser told GAR Live Hong Kong yesterday. How do you ensure the marriage works?
19 October 2017
Gathering hostility to investor-state dispute resolution in the West is now beginning to be reflected in the deals the US and EU are negotiating with their major trading partners. But it’s still not clear whether the alternatives are viable, Tom Jones and Douglas Thomson report.
27 September 2017
After years of dogged effort, there’s now no longer any doubt that Singapore has achieved its dream of becoming a major arbitration hub. As GAR completes its fourth event in the city, the city-state is attracting attention from outside institutions, while emerging into investment arbitration and a leader in third-party funding. Here’s a round-up of the latest Singapore news
27 September 2017
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