Premium article - April 14, 2015
Taking advantage of Stephen Schwebel's visit to the University of Miami, Marike Paulsson interviewed him about the contribution of arbitration to the rule of law, diversifying the field and the potential "double hat" problem. Here are some highlights.
Premium article - April 13, 2015
David W Rivkin, president of the International Bar Association for the next two years and the first American to hold the role in 25 years, tells Alison Ross his presidential plans as well as his thinking on ethics in international arbitration, the ISDS debate and how arbitration practitioners contribute to the rule of law.
Premium article - January 13, 2015
As practitioners awaited the outcome of the European Commission's public consultation on investor-state dispute settlement, Nikos Lavranos told GAR about the work of his organisation, EFILA, to counter negative portrayals of ISDS by European politicians and the media and its inaugural conference in London in 10 days' time. Based in Brussels, EFILA stands for the European Federation for Investment Law and Arbitration. The group was launched on 1 July last year - backed by leading law firms and...