Region: International

Seven commandments to tackle corruption

In a biblically-inspired keynote speech in Basel, Nadia Darwazeh has outlined seven commandments for arbitrators to tackle corruption and explained how she applied them in a case she arbitrated.

12 May 2023

PRIME names new secretary general

PRIME Finance, the Hague-based institution that specialises in complex financial disputes, has appointed former New Zealand judge Sir David Baragwanath KC as its new secretary general.

10 May 2023

The High Seas Treaty: a further step in environmental protection

The United Nations has recently reached a historic agreement on environmental protection known as the High Seas Treaty. Meriam Al-Rashid and Kate Johnston of Eversheds Sutherland consider its key provisions and compare it with another important environmental treaty covering Latin America.

03 May 2023

Swiss arbitrator goes solo

Pierre-Yves Tschanz, who was a partner at the recently disbanded Swiss firm Tavernier Tschanz, has established an independent arbitrator practice in Geneva.

02 May 2023

GAR launches second edition of UCIA

The second edition of UCIA – GAR’s citation manual for international arbitration – is now live and available for our subscribers to download, featuring guidance for 16 additional jurisdictions.

18 April 2023

IBA task force to review conflict guidelines

The International Bar Association has formed a new task force to review its guidelines on conflicts of interest in international arbitration, with amendments expected to be finalised next year.

13 April 2023

Vienna wins Vis Moot on home soil

The University of Vienna has won this year’s Willem Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, which this week celebrated its 30th anniversary.

06 April 2023

“Judging Iran”: Brower memoir on sale now

A soon-to-be-released memoir by leading arbitrator Charles N Brower has received glowing reviews from key figures in the international law field.

05 April 2023

European golf tour wins dispute with rebel players

An arbitral tribunal has reportedly found that the European golf tour was entitled to suspend and fine rebel golfers for joining a Saudi-backed breakaway competition without permission.

05 April 2023

The GAR 30 and Power Index revealed

Global Arbitration Review has unveiled its annual ranking of the world’s leading international arbitration practices.

31 March 2023

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