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ICC Arbitration Statistics Reflect Strong Arbitration Trends Worldwide

Global - July 2 2019 The International Chamber of Commerce (“ICC”), the world’s most prominent arbitral institution, recently released statistics on its cases for the…

Challenges and Opportunities of Virtual Hearings in International Arbitration

Global - October 19 2020 Arbitral institutions have adopted new measures so that they can continue to manage arbitration proceedings during the COVID-19 pandemic. Several…

Elena Guillet.

The Advantages of Arbitration During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Global - March 26 2020 The current outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV or COVID-19) is causing widespread repercussions. The virus…

Elena Guillet.

When “Expressly” No Longer Means “Expressly”: The Federal Circuit’s Raytheon Decision Broadens the Concept of “Expressly Unallowable Costs” and the Potential for Imposition of Penalties

USA - November 4 2019 On October 18, 2019, in Raytheon Company v. Secretary of Defense, No. 2018-2371 (Fed. Cir. Oct. 18, 2019), the Federal Circuit affirmed a decision of…

Daniel P. Graham, Tyler E. Robinson.

Executive Order on Climate-Related Financial Risk: One Small Step for Climate, One Giant Leap for Federal Climate Policy

USA - May 21 2021 On May 20, 2021, President Biden signed a long-anticipated Executive Order on Climate-Related Financial Risk (the “Executive Order”). The Executive…

Daniel P. Graham, Lindsay Hall, Margaret E. Peloso, Thomas H. Wilson.