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Arbitration Exposed? Recent Cases Remind us that Parties Cannot Assume Arbitration Awards will Remain Confidential

United Kingdom, Global - October 24 2017 It is a long-held principle of English law that arbitral proceedings in England are confidential. Typically, no party to the arbitration can reveal...

Anisha Patel.


Court of Appeal confirms jurisdiction over Zambia environmental damage claims against UK-domiciled parent and local subsidiary

United Kingdom, Zambia - October 20 2017 The Court of Appeal last week upheld jurisdiction over claims by Zambian citizens arising from discharges from a copper mine. In Lungowe & Ors v...

Catherine Gilfedder.


Cross-border judicial co-operation after Brexit - the UK government's position paper

United Kingdom, European Union - September 4 2017 The UK government has published a "future partnership paper" on how it proposes to secure a framework for cross-border judicial co-operation after...

Tracey Petter.


Summary procedures in international arbitration - pros and cons

Global - April 11 2017 Traditionally, arbitration has been hailed by some as a faster, cheaper, and therefore preferable method of dispute resolution than, for example...

James Langley.


English courts cannot order security in public policy challenges to enforcement

United Kingdom - March 7 2017 The UK Supreme Court last week issued the latest decision in a long-running attempt to enforce a US$150 million Nigerian arbitration award (IPCO...

Catherine Gilfedder.