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Advantage Arbitration? Will the new LCIA Rules persuade users that arbitration is preferable to litigation?

United Kingdom - October 26 2020 Six years after the last update, the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) has announced further amendments to its Arbitration Rules (the…

James Langley, Liz Tout

Recap on penalties under English law

United Kingdom - July 20 2020 In the current climate, the only certainty is that we live in uncertain times. As the COVID-19 global pandemic continues to interrupt the…

Danielle Beggs, James Langley, Liam O’Flynn, Liz Tout, Matthew Vinall

The "Brexit effect" on London as a dispute resolution centre

European Union, United Kingdom - July 20 2017 In a speech at the National Judges' College in Beijing on 6 April 2017, the Lord Chief Justice (LCJ) of England and Wales, The Rt Hon. The Lord Thomas…

Disclosure in arbitration: paint the full picture not a vignette

United Kingdom - July 20 2017 It is relatively hard to establish successful grounds for appealing an arbitration award - and particularly unusual where the appeal is based on the…

Tracey Summerell

Removing an arbitrator is an extreme remedy

United Kingdom - July 20 2017 You might not like an arbitrator's order or an award, but you cannot seek to remove the arbitrator unless their actions have caused or might lead to…

Tracey Summerell