Crossing Borders - 10th edition

The Rise Of The Courts

Dispute Resolution & Litigation

The Rise Of The Courts

Arbitration arose as a private out-of-court means to resolve disputes. Autonomy, confidentiality, flexibility, neutrality, and finality attracted users. However, some of these very features have generated scrutiny recent...

19 November 2018
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10 things to bear in mind regarding arbitral confidentiality

One reason for electing for arbitration as a dispute mechanism is confidentiality of proceedings. But what does that mean?

19 November 2018
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10 Things you need to know about the new draft ICSID Rules

Learn about the new International Court International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes Rules

19 November 2018
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10 Arbitration Centres you may not have never heard of, but should consider

Meet the 10 Arbitration Centres from around the world that you may not have never heard of

19 November 2018
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Intra-EU investment arbitration in 2028: will there be any BITs at all?

Uncertainty surrounds the future of investment arbitration based on investment treaties concluded between Member States of the EU and, in particular, on-going and future investment arbitrations under the...

19 November 2018
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The Queen Mary Survey: Our Crystal Ball into the Future

Our predictions following the four key findings arising out of the 2018 International Arbitration Survey by Queen Mary University, London.

19 November 2018
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Technology Meets Dispute Resolution on the Belt and Road

Distributed Ledger Technology is changing the way business is done and will impact dispute resolution.

19 November 2018
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Domo Arbitrato, Mr Roboto: where and under what rules will we be arbitrating commercial arbitration claims in 2028

Blockchain technology will create new disputes and create new methods of dispute resolution designed for a delocalised world.

19 November 2018
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Brexit and the investment arbitration puzzle: the risk of foreign investors’ legitimate expectations

Will Brexit imply a sharp repeal of EU law and domestic legislation giving effect to the latter?

21 June 2017

Red Tape | Cybersecurity – new technologies; new risks

Recent cases of hacking have put cyber-security concerns into the headlines and the minds of directors, their customers and, importantly, regulators.

14 January 2016
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Red Tape | Corruption contagion - tip of the iceberg

In high profile cases, the cost of regulatory investigation may just be the beginning of a much longer (and more expensive) story.

13 January 2016
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Red Tape | Iran: Electronic due diligence and addressing the sanctions risk

We look at the impact that the lifting of Iran sanctions may have on existing IT compliance infrastructure.

13 January 2016
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