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The arbitration world continues to mourn Bruno Leurent, a leading specialist in the field and founder of Foley Hoag's Paris office, who has died aged 77.
08 September 2022
Katherine Proctor, who co-chaired the international arbitration group at Kennedys, has passed away aged 40 following a long illness.
01 September 2022
Bill Slate, former president and CEO of the American Arbitration Association and founder of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution, has died aged 79.
15 July 2022
Mark Roe, a leading construction disputes lawyer who helped to establish the international arbitration practice at Pinsent Masons, has died aged 66 after a period of illness.
21 April 2022
The arbitration community continues to mourn Miguel Ángel Fernández-Ballesteros, founding member of the Spanish Arbitration Club and former president of the Madrid Court of Arbitration, one of two prominent Spanish practitioners who died suddenly earlier this year.
21 April 2022
Spain's arbitration community has been rocked by the sudden deaths of two leading figures, Carlos de los Santos and Miguel Ángel Fernández-Ballesteros, in the space of a few weeks.
09 February 2022
Yoshimasa Furuta, a leading practitioner who played an active role in promoting the development of arbitration in Japan, has died aged 55.
12 January 2022
Carl Salans, who founded the law firm Salans and was a leading specialist in international law and arbitration, has died aged 88.
26 November 2021
The disputes community continues to mourn Martin Hunter, one of the founders of Freshfields’ arbitration group, co-author of the legendary "Redfern and Hunter" and a beloved mentor to a legion of young practitioners across the world.
22 October 2021
Martin Hunter, who was one of the founders of the Freshfields arbitration group and wrote the seminal basic text on this area of practice, has died aged 84.
11 October 2021
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