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The Advent of Litigation Funding and what does it involve?

Global - May 24 2018 Given the costs and uncertainties in the prosecution of disputes, and in particular large scale and complex international, commercial and construction...

Alon Meyerov, Rob Scott, Nicole Gabryk, Athol Gordon.


Sanctions - a reminder of the impact on arbitration

USA - May 17 2018 President Trump's decision to withdraw the USA from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with Iran and intention to re-introduce sanctions...


Precedents in arbitration - a practical position (Part 2)

United Kingdom - March 7 2018 In Part 1 of this article we considered the sources of informal precedent that exist in commercial arbitration. In this second part, we look at the...


Precedents in arbitration - a practical position (Part 1)

United Kingdom, Global - March 7 2018 It is often stated that 'there is no precedent in commercial arbitration'. Challenging that statement, this article focusses on the practice of...


SA takes steps to improve its attractiveness as an international commercial arbitration hub

South Africa, Global - March 17 2017 A significant development in South Africa's alternative dispute resolution regime. The International Arbitration Bill (the Bill), which was gazetted...

Alon Meyerov, Rob Scott, Kate Swart, Beth Cubitt.