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Following a wide consultation led by the European Commission, the EU Parliament and the Council have adopted a new version of the Brussels Regulation.
The Ibero-American Arbitration Centre, due to be fully operational this year, will play a key role in providing greater legal certainty to the region.
A review of the decision of the Supreme Court of Victoria, which proved to be just as fast as the subject matter at stake.
Full Federal Court of Australia denies the use of process under Rules to delay the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbital award.
Amidst the buzz surrounding the Mars One mission, in a field regulated by public international law and treaties, one pivotal question arises: who will own Mars?
The International Bar Association Council's revised Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest - third party funding, conflicts & big law and application lists.
Businesses operating in China should be mindful of the complex anti-bribery & anti-corruption regulatory regime and the associated compliance risks.
A review of the protections available to international investors when investing in certain African states.
Hong Kong has increasingly been chosen as an attractive arbitral venue in Asia Pacific. This article discusses why.
The development of EAPs, common features and circumstances where it may be beneficial to use EAPs in favour of seeking court ordered interim relief.
Based on court proceedings between S Co v B Co  HKEC 1345
Based on court proceedings between Shanghai Fusheng Soya-Food Co Ltd v Pulmuone Holdings Co Ltd