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Making good on arbitration’s promise: is expedited arbitration the answer?

Global - February 15 2021 The promise of arbitration has traditionally centred upon a faster, more efficient, and less costly way of resolving commercial disputes. The reality…

Natasha Suhadolnik.

UK Supreme Court decision in Halliburton v Chubb: clarity or missed opportunity?

United Kingdom - November 30 2020 The final judgment in a line of authority described as the most important for the international arbitration community in a decade was handed down on…

Jennifer Barrett, Rachael King, Rose Leonforte.

Can government crisis control measures interfere with your foreign investment?

Australia, Global - October 30 2020 In response to a global crisis such as a conflict or pandemic, governments across the world engage in a difficult balancing act of protecting public…

Lee Carroll.

Singapore and UK Courts of Appeal consider the proper law of arbitration agreements

Australia, Singapore - October 8 2020 Uncertain and unstable trade conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic are providing fertile ground for cross-border disputes. In turn, the global…

Kala Campbell, Tom Mathews.

Fundamental tenets of international trade and investment agreements or sovereign immunity?

Australia, Global - September 17 2020 The Full Court of the Federal Court of Australia recently heard an appeal by The Kingdom of Spain in proceedings brought by European companies (Eiser…

Keilin Anderson, Natasha Suhadolnik.