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Singapore appeal court rejects natural justice claim

Premium article - 08 June 2007

Singapore's appeals court has clarified when an award can be set aside for breach of natural justice.

Peter Griffin leaves Baker Botts for own business

Premium article - 08 June 2007

Peter Griffin has left Baker Botts LLP to start a new business outside the field of arbitration law. But he says he plans to sit as an arbitrator when his new career allows.

Norton Rose launches Dubai disputes practice

Premium article - 08 June 2007

Norton Rose is relocating a partner from Hong Kong to Dubai to launch a dispute resolution practice. Patrick Bourke will relocate to the Middle East in July.

Singapore rolls out new rules

Premium article - 08 June 2007

The Singapore International Arbitration Centre will introduce new arbitration rules in July, making it more like the ICC.

Serbia implements ICSID convention

Premium article - 08 June 2007

Serbia has ratified the Convention on the Settlement of Investment Disputes between States and Nationals of Other States. It will enter force on 8 June.

Daniel Price leaves Sidley Austin

Premium article - 01 June 2007

President George Bush has appointed Daniel Price as Deputy National Security Advisor for International Economic Affairs.

New Zealand announces appeals body for arbitration

Premium article - 01 June 2007

New Zealand is about to become the first jurisdiction with an arbitration appeal body.

Ecuador threatens to pull out of US BIT

Premium article - 01 June 2007

The government of Ecuador has signalled that it could terminate its bilateral investment treaty with the US, or at the very least renegotiate its terms.

Winston & Strawn loses Goodman

Premium article - 01 June 2007

Winston & Strawn LLP has lost another international arbitration partner when Latin America disputes specialist Ronald Goodman announced he was joining Foley Hoag LLP.

Orrego Vicuña dissents in Egypt case

Premium article - 01 June 2007

One of the arbitrators hearing a treaty claim against Egypt has issued a partial dissenting opinion after the tribunal accepted jurisdiction.