Premium article - August 19, 2015
Correspondence shared with GAR sheds light on Croatia's main argument why its border arbitration with Slovenia cannot continue - the risk that arbitrator Jernej Sekolec has introduced new facts and arguments into tribunal deliberations and the case record over a 13-month period, influencing his co-arbitrators' decision-making.
Premium article - July 29, 2015
Italy will withdraw from the Energy Charter Treaty at the end of this year, it has emerged - becoming the second country after Russia to turn its back on the multilateral instrument. In a feature written in mid June and published in the latest magazine, GAR explores the reasons and the possibility that it will resume membership of the treaty in the future
Premium article - June 12, 2015
The High Court in London has upheld claims by three Middle Eastern banks that they were victims of a fraud involving an Arab prince and a seemingly fictional arbitral institution in Guinea.
Premium article - April 15, 2015
The incoming president of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Alexis Mourre, has resigned from two ICSID panels hearing claims against Venezuela after being challenged over a disclosure about his professional ties.