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Update 4: “necessity is the mother of invention”: covid-19 dramatically accelerates digitalisation of arbitration processes

Global - May 15 2020 This fourth update to a blog post initially dated 7 April 2020 has been updated to take into account developments between 30 April - 14 May 2020...

Kevin Hollis, Charlie Morgan, Vanessa Naish.

Low oil price - high disputes risk: The scope for disputes in a world of low oil prices

United Kingdom - May 13 2020 Oil prices have recently reached historic lows. Oil companies are faced with a number of potential legal issues as low oil prices impact their...

James Robson, James Baily, Steven Dalton, Paula Hodges QC.

English Court of Appeal issues clear guidance on the law governing arbitration agreements and grants anti-suit injunction restraining party from pursuing Russian court proceedings

United Kingdom - May 13 2020 In Enka Insaat ve Sanayi AS v OOO Insurance Co Chubb 2020 EWCA Civ 574, the English Court of Appeal restrained Chubb Russia Investment Limited...

Rebecca Warder, Olga Dementyeva.

Ad hoc arbitration alive and well in London: the latest statistics

Global - May 13 2020 Leading arbitral institutions regularly publish their case statistics, meaning there is reasonable visibility for the popularity of institutional...

Rebecca Warder, Caitlin Eaton.

Update 3: “necessity is the mother of invention”: covid-19 dramatically accelerates digitalisation of arbitration processes

Global - May 1 2020 This third update to a blog post initially dated 7 April 2020 has been updated to take into account developments between 23-30 April 2020. These...

Kevin Hollis, Charlie Morgan, Vanessa Naish.