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Believing in Father Christmas: Another Section 68 Challenge

United Kingdom - January 7 2018 Arbitration awards are meant to be final and binding. Under the rules of many of the leading arbitral institutions such as the ICC and the LCIA, the...


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, Robert Blackett, Melanie Willems.


You Can’t Always Get What You Want: Watch Out for the Wording of Your Guarantees

United Kingdom - October 9 2017 The need for businesses to protect themselves against a counterparty defaulting is as great as it has ever been. A common way of doing that is taking...


Time Waits for No Man: An Update on Delay

USA - April 11 2017 Delay claims, particularly in major construction and engineering projects, are usually factually and legally complex. Contractors submit hefty claims...


The Arbiter - Spring 2017

United Kingdom - March 31 2017 In the recent case of Graham Leslie v Far......

Ryan S. Deane, Robert Blackett.