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The Arbitration Review of the Americas

The Arbitration Review of the Americas

This edition covers Canada, Mexico, Panama, Peru and the United States; and has 11 overviews, including a thought-provoking look at the meaning of ‘concurrent delay’ around the region, using five scenarios, and another on how Latin American concession contracts are likely to cope with the various shocks the world has been experiencing of late.

As so often with these reviews, a close reading yields many nuggets. For this reader, on this occasion, they included that:

  • Brazil’s CAM-CCBC is about to get new rules;
  • Mexico faces a wave of lithium-related claims. (This is in addition to the 21 or so arbitrations its Federal Electricity Commission is fighting, for which it has reserved $470 million); and
  • Secured creditors of Panamian PPP projects have the right to take part in any arbitrations related to the project under the local law, even if they haven’t taken possession of the security in question!

The European Arbitration Review

The European Arbitration Review

The European Arbitration Review contains insight and thought leadership from 26 pre-eminent practitioners from the region. Across 196 pages, it provides an invaluable retrospective on what has been happening in some of Europe’s more interesting seats.

All articles come complete with footnotes and relevant statistics.

This edition also contains think pieces on the tides shaping construction arbitration and the usefulness of relative valuation methods in investment disputes.

The Asia Pacific Arbitration Review

The Asia Pacific Arbitration Review

The Asia-Pacific Arbitration Review contains insight and thought leadership inspired by recent events, from 53 pre-eminent practitioners. This edition covers Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Vietnam and has overviews on damages; energy disputes of all stripe; private equity-owned and arbitration; ISDS under the region’s main multilateral instruments; the effect of sanctions on construction projects; interim measures in China; and the covid-fallout affecting hospitality.

The Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review

The Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review

The Middle Eastern and African Arbitration Review, one of Global Arbitration Review’s annual, yearbook-style reports. Assisted by our external contributors of international arbitration specialists, GAR provides readers with an invaluable retrospective on everything that matters, through jurisdictional analysis and topical overviews.

The edition covers the most substantial recent international arbitration developments across the region, curating insight from pre-eminent practitioners who work regularly in the Middle East and Africa.

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