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The Singapore International Commercial Court gets off to a flying start: first judgment released only four months after closing submissions

Singapore - May 30 2016 On 12 May 2016, the Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) rendered its first judgment, only four months after the parties filed their...

Robert Kirkness, Kate Apostolova, Lexi Menish, Kenneth Wong.


Recent moves towards gas trading hubs in Asia: implications for Asian gas buyers and sellers

Singapore, China, European Union, Japan - May 27 2016 In January 2016, the Singapore Exchange (SGX) announced that Trafigura and Pavilion Gas made the first trade of a derivatives contract using the FOB...

Robert Kirkness, Gavin MacLaren.


International arbitration: 10 trends in 2017

Global - February 9 2017 The year since our inaugural annual international arbitration trends publication has seen dramatic political developments - including the UK’s Brexit...

Noiana Marigo, Sami Tannous, Nigel Blackaby, Caroline Richard, Alexey Yadykin, Robert Kirkness, Elizabeth Snodgrass, Jean-Paul Dechamps, Erin Miller Rankin, Elie Kleiman, Leilah Bruton, Reza Mohtashami, Sylvia Noury, Christian Duve, Nigel Rawding, Noah Rubins.


Investment protection and investor-state dispute settlement under the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement

Global - November 17 2015 The TPPA's Chapter 9 (the Investment Chapter): (i) guarantees important protections to investments made by those nationals or companies; and (ii)...

Melissa Raciti-Knapp, Noiana Marigo, Nigel Blackaby, Caroline Richard, Lucy Reed.


“May” is not the same as “Shall”: Privy Council confirms litigation defendant may exercise option to arbitrate, and avoid litigation, by applying for stay

United Kingdom - February 1 2016 In a unanimous judgment issued on 18 January 2016, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (the Privy Council) held that the words "may submit...

Robert Kirkness, Kate Apostolova, Lexi Menish, Kenneth Wong, John Choong, Lucy Reed.