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HKIAC 2022 case statistics show strong growth and continued appeal of Hong Kong as a leading seat

Hong Kong - January 30 2023 The HKIAC’s arbitration caseload reached its highest level for more than a decade last year, according to the institution’s recently released 2022…

Kathryn Sanger, Martin Wallace

Cryptocurrency disputes and consumer arbitration: the next instalment

United Kingdom - January 9 2023 The English High Court has handed down judgment in another case concerning trades on a cryptocurrency exchange. The case of Chechetkin v Payward Ltd…

Elizabeth Kantor, Charlie Morgan

Code is not law — arbitration’s critical role in resolving crypto disputes

Global - November 25 2022 With the crypto market enduring its most significant test to date, we explore how arbitration has become the industry’s go-to forum for solving…

Charlie Morgan

The usual suspects project: deciphering decision-making in arbitrator selection

Hong Kong - November 24 2022 The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) and Cortex Capital have launched a collaboration called ‘The Usual Suspects Project’ with the…

Kathryn Sanger, May Tai

Code is not law — arbitration's critical role in resolving crypto disputes

Global - November 17 2022 Market volatility breeds disputes, and the 'Crypto Winter' is no exception. Crypto-related disputes are on the rise, and they can take many forms…

Charlie Morgan