The establishment of the Joint Judicial Committee has altered the legal landscape of Dubai, challenging the conduit route for enforcing arbitral awards.
May 01, 2018
When enforcing an arbitral award against a State or State-owned entity, in most jurisdictions the road can be long and winding with many obstacles.
A comparison of the different approaches taken in various jurisdictions to awards that have been set aside or annulled at the seat.
A look at the key changes and points of interest in new arbitral rules and impending updates to existing rules.
Reviewing the decision of the CJEU that investor-State dispute settlement provisions in intra-EU bilateral investment treaties are incompatible with EU law.
A review of the ICSID Caseload Report with a special focus on investor-State arbitration in the EU as of 30 April 2017.
A comparison of a few key differences between the enforcement regimes under the New York and Washington Conventions.
The following memo has been prepared to provide students with an overview of the services they may be asked to deliver in the course of their work with the Innovation Law Clinic (ILC).
We interview Mark Baker and Pierre Bienvenu about the New York Convention regime and the influence it has had on international arbitration.
The decentralization of currencies and the use of blockchain technology has raised important, commercial, administrative and regulatory questions.
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