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Ten Inconvenient Truths About Climate Change Tort Claims

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - June 18 2018 In the last decade a series of tort claims have been brought in the US against oil, gas and coal producers, power companies and car manufacturers...


The Arbiter International Disputes Newsletter - Spring 2018

USA - March 27 2018 If I ask my bank to transfer money from my account to another I would be surprised if the bank interferes in any way. AŌer all if a bank receives a...

Ryan S. Deane, Melanie Willems.


Christmas Precedents: Do We Desire or Need the Publication of Awards?

United Kingdom - December 24 2017 There are certain dry questions which, to judge from conference speeches and articles, lawyers seem to spend an inordinate amount of time pondering...


The Arbiter (International Disputes Newsletter) - Winter 2017

USA, United Kingdom, Global - December 15 2017 There are certain dry questions which, to judge from conference speeches and articles, lawyers seem to spend an inordinate amount of me pondering...

Ryan S. Deane, Markus Esly, Melanie Willems.


Tying the Tribunal’s Hands

United Kingdom - October 9 2017 This article looks at whether, and to what extent, parties can make binding agreements in advance about how legal costs are to be allocated by a...