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Enforcing against foreign State parties: Some lessons from abroad

Parties doing business with foreign States should think carefully about the doctrine of state immunity.

15 September 2016
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One Arrangement, Two Systems: considerations when enforcing awards between Hong Kong and the PRC

Practical tips for the successful enforcement of arbitral awards between Mainland China and Hong Kong under the 1999 Arrangement.

15 September 2016
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Abu Dhabi Global Market

With international arbitration expanding in the Middle East this article explores the establishment of a new common-law jurisdiction in Abu Dhabi which aims to tap into this growing...

13 May 2016
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French Supreme Court reaffirms the importance of arbitrators’ independence and impartiality

A key case in the French Court of Cassation reinforces the cornerstones of arbitration; that arbitrators act with neutrality and independence.

13 May 2016
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European Court of Justice rules on cartel damages claims and arbitration and jurisdiction clauses

The European Court of Justice rules on cartel damages claims and arbitration and jurisdiction clauses. This article updates you on the potential ramifications this could have.

13 May 2016
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Investment Treaty Arbitration India

Parnika Chaturvedi provides an update on India’s recently-ratified model bilateral investment treaty and assesses its strengths and weaknesses.

13 May 2016
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Investor protection in Africa

This article focuses on the new Lagos arbitration rules and the new arbitration institution in Djibouti set-up by the World Bank - hoping to make it a hub...

13 May 2016
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Treaty shopping in investor-state arbitration: butts out for Phillip Morris’ claim against Australia

An update on this much-reported on case and the impact it could have on prospective treaty shoppers.

13 May 2016
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Shall means shall, may means may, but an option can be exercised in several ways

This article scrutinises the importance of legal drafting of disputes clauses in contract based on a recent judgment from the Privy Council.

13 May 2016
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The changing face of investment protection in the Middle East

Middle East being a focal point in recent months with an active disputes market, we consider the bilateral and multilateral investment treaties entered into by the UAE

10 May 2016
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One Belt One Road: Protecting your investment on China's new pan-continental superhighway

'One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) policy in China, investigates investor protections available to OBOR nations and practical guidance to help investors take advantage of these protections.

10 May 2016
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The DIFC’s comity world tour

The DIFC Courts entered a number of Memoranda of Understanding with Courts in Singapore, Australia and England and Wales. Tim Taylor QC and Dixin Deng discuss the impact.

10 May 2016
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Download Crossing Borders: International Arbitration Insights - Where will we be in 2028?

Crossing Borders is a periodic review of developments in international arbitration across the world. Included in this special 10th edition, we explore what arbitrations will be like going into 2028 - where, how and by whom disputes will be decided.

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