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Careful consideration - Manufacturing Today

Global - August 29 2019 Dealing with political risk in the manufacturing business; or how to protect your cross-border investment. Growth in emerging markets, fuelled by...

Olga Dementyeva, Nicholas Peacock.

English High Court dismisses s68 challenge to ‘ambiguous’ award

United Kingdom - June 5 2019 In Gracie and another v Rose 2019 EWHC 1176 (Ch), the English court dismissed a challenge to an arbitration award under s68 of the Arbitration Act...

Rebecca Warder, Chris Parker.

CJEU confirms that CETA dispute resolution provision is compatible with EU law

Canada, European Union - May 23 2019 On 30 April 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU“) confirmed that the mechanism for the settlement of disputes between investors...

Andrew Cannon, Iain Maxwell, Vanessa Naish.

An unusual consequence of the housing crisis - or, when is it against public policy to enforce a hospice’s privacy?

United Kingdom - May 10 2017 Take a hospice, a restrictive covenant preventing development next door which, at the time of the development, served to protect the privacy of the...

International Criminal Court to prosecute business and human rights

OECD, Global - November 2 2016 In what many NGOs are calling a warning shot to company executives and investors, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has indicated it will...

Antony Crockett, Marco de Sousa.