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China, Italy, The European Union And The "Belt And Road Initiative"
China's multibillion dollar Belt and Road Initiative (the "BRI") was first launched in 2013 in a bid to connect Asia, Africa and Europe through a series of overland corridors and maritime shipping
Worldwide
29 Jul 2019
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China's Belt And Road Initiative: Opportunities But Some Risks!
China's Belt & Road Initiative (BRI), now heading into its 7th year, is a hugely ambitious undertaking by China and participating nations.
China
21 May 2019
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Clyde & Co Research Finds Risk Landscape ‘Significantly' More Complex Than Three Years Ago
The research also found that GCs and board members consider data breaches and cyber-attacks to be the greatest threat linked to the use of technology.
UK
29 Mar 2019
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China's Belt And Road Initiative And Its Two Latin American Gateways
In 2013, President Xi Jinping, recreating the Silk Road—a network of trade routes that connected the East and the West for over 1,500 years ...
Worldwide
15 Feb 2019
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Progress In Chinese Courts' Abilities To Adjudicate International Disputes
China's Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) to increase trade and improve regional connectivity promises both excitement and uncertainty to all involved regions.
China
1 Feb 2019
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International Arbitration 2019: What To Look Out For!?
As 2019 begins we can't resist the temptation to consider what the year might bring for our international arbitration practice.
UK
8 Jan 2019
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China's Supreme People's Court Takes Clear Steps To Support BRI Arbitration
China's position as a political and economic global power is well recognised but, from a dispute resolution point of view, it is fair to say that China has not historically been a jurisdiction ...
Worldwide
31 Aug 2018
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India Announces Further Pro-Arbitration Reforms
In 2015 the Indian Government made significant changes to the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 as part of its programme to bring its arbitration laws in line with modern practice...
India
22 Mar 2018
9
Tick Tock Watch The Clock
The time to challenge and appeal an arbitral award starts to run from the date the award is made. The 28 days provided by the Arbitration Act 1996 ...
UK
25 Jan 2018
10
Brexit: The Return Of The EU Anti-Suit Injunction?
When disputes arise parties look to their contracts to see how the dispute should be resolved. Sometimes this is a straight-forward matter and the parties proceed as previously agreed.
UK
15 Jan 2018
11
Rare Successful Challenge To Arbitral Award On Grounds Of Serious Irregularity
In a decision of the new Business & Property Courts, Mr Justice Popplewell heard applications under section 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (serious irregularity) and AA 1996, s 69 in respect of an arbitral award.
UK
12 Dec 2017
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Take Notice Of The Notice Provisions: Have You Been Served?
In Glencore Agriculture v Conqueror Holdings the Commercial Court held that a notice of arbitration served by email on a junior employee did not constitute good service.
UK
11 Dec 2017
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Would A Summary Procedure Improve The Arbitral Process? ICC Update
Earlier this year we asked whether a summary procedure would improve the arbitral process. The Stockholm Chamber of Commerce (SCC) had already introduced its summary procedure rules ...
UK
11 Dec 2017
14
When Does A Tribunal Secretary Overstep The Mark?
The use of tribunal secretaries in arbitration is a hotly debated topic.
UK
25 Apr 2017
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Whose Role Is It Anyway? Who Has Jurisdiction Over Contractual Pre-Conditions To Arbitration
The scenario is not uncommon; a multi-tiered dispute resolution clause requires a step (or steps) to be taken by the disputing parties before arbitration can be commenced.
Worldwide
13 Apr 2017
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Arbitrators' Liability Under Spanish Arbitration Law: Recent Developments
In a controversial decision, the Spanish Supreme Court has annulled an award on grounds that the tribunal was not properly constituted where an award was made without the presence...
Spain
16 Mar 2017
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Would A Summary Procedure Improve The Arbitral Process?
With high cost and inefficiency top of the list of party concerns about the arbitral process, institutions, arbitrators, practitioners and indeed legislators are keen to find ways to address those concerns.
Worldwide
3 Mar 2017
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Arbitration: Is My Award Worth As Much This Week As Last Week?
With the pound impacted by Brexit fears and suffering from a 'flash crash' a question occurs to me: is an award for, say, £100,000 million worth the same this week as last week?
UK
26 Oct 2016
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The Future Of The UK As An Arbitration Hub Post-Brexit
Arbitration has a key role to play in the development of a global business community, it enables commercial, neutral, reliable and enforceable dispute resolution between global trading parties.
UK
26 Oct 2016
20
Taking Action On The Equal Representation In Arbitration Pledge
The Oxford English Dictionary defines a pledge as 'a solemn promise or undertaking'.
UK
8 Jun 2016
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