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The energy transition away from primary reliance on fossil fuels will change the face of international arbitration, potentially causing greater price volatility, a larger share of the oil and gas market for state-owned energy companies and a rise in disputes over renewables and construction of nuclear power plants, argues Justin Williams, partner and practice head at Akin Gump.
25 October 2021
A new ICC Court Alumni Group will keep former members of the court connected and involve them in planning for the future, mentoring the new generation and fun, it was announced today.
05 October 2021
An Italian court has refused to set aside two ICC awards against a Tecnimont subsidiary because of the failure of two arbitrators to disclose that they formerly worked at the same Swiss law firm – a challenge previously rejected by the ICC Court.
04 October 2021
Kate Cervantes-Knox of DLA Piper and Constantine Partasides QC of Three Crowns have been appointed to the LCIA board.
30 September 2021
Panels at Paris Arbitration Week discussed climate change in international arbitration, including shifting energy sources, the impact of net-zero emissions targets and investors’ legitimate expectations.
28 September 2021
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
MB Kemp, a Hong Kong-based firm that launched last year, has hired Salah Mattoo from Winston & Strawn to co-head its international arbitration and public international law practice as it opens new offices in London, Milan and Abu Dhabi.
15 July 2021
Nine new panels have been formed at ICSID in the past seven weeks, including two appointments apiece for Loretta Malintoppi, Toby Landau QC and Lucy Reed.
09 July 2021
Global Arbitration Review has unveiled its annual ranking of the world’s leading international arbitration practices.
01 July 2021
ICSID has published its latest working paper on proposed amendments to its rules – including changes on ownership and control, third-party funding and costs – and has called on member states to vote on the draft by the end of the year.
17 June 2021
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