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Is Arbitration Sustainable?

Global, Hong Kong - November 4 2019 Each year, Hong Kong Arbitration Week celebrates the triumphs and challenges of international arbitration while actively promoting the development of...

International Arbitration: Focus on Chinese Counter-Parties

China, Global, Hong Kong - October 29 2019 Given recent developments, parties with cross-border agreements and arbitration with Chinese counter-parties should look to Hong Kong as a seat of...

Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, John Adam, Oliver Browne, Melanie M. Blunschi, Claudia T. Salomon, Ing Loong Yang.

High Court Decision in Norske Skog: Puh! (Norwegian for Phew!)

United Kingdom - April 9 2018 The English High Court held that it had jurisdiction in a cross-border dispute involving the Norske Skog group (Norske Skog), and confirmed that a...

Eleanor Scogings, Simon Baskerville, Bradley J. Weyland.

European Court of Justice Rules on Intra-EU Bilateral Investment Treaty

European Union, Global - March 14 2018 On 6 March 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its long-awaited judgment in Case C-28416, Slovak Republic v. Achmea BV...

Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, John Adam, Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert, Charles Claypoole, Claudia T. Salomon.

Guide to International Arbitration

Global - October 9 2017 Commercial arbitration is a private form of binding dispute resolution, conducted before an impartial tribunal, which emanates from the agreement of...

Daiske Yoshida, Fernando Mantilla-Serrano, Markus Rieder, Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert, Philip Clifford, Oliver Browne, Melanie M. Blunschi, Simon D. Powell, Charles Claypoole, Antonio Morales, Claudia T. Salomon, Ing Loong Yang, Christine Gärtner, Fabrice Fages, Volker Schäfer.