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England & Wales

United Kingdom, European Union - July 29 2016 There are no formal requirements for an arbitration agreement to be valid. However, the Arbitration Act 1996 (the “1996 Act”), which governs...

John McMillan.


Class, Collective and Mass Claims in Arbitration

USA, Global, Hong Kong - July 29 2016 Multiparty arbitration proceedings are becoming increasingly common, as arbitration evolves to adapt to an ever more complex and multilateral...

Jonathan Lim.


Emergency arbitration: the default option for pre-arbitral relief?

Global - July 28 2015 Until relatively recently, where a dispute was subject to arbitration, a party in need of emergency interim relief at the pre-arbitral stage only had...

John McMillan.