Welcome to issue 5 of Norton Rose Fulbright’s International arbitration report.
October 07, 2015
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement’s (CETA) novel investment protection provisions provide a measured – and timely – response to criticisms directed...
We speak to Lim Seok Hui about her first two years running the Singapore International Arbitration Centre, the prospects for Singapore’s new mediation centre and...
Challenges of arbitral awards in the Singapore courts on the basis of a breach of natural justice are on the rise – while success rates are notoriously low.
Two recent cases have shaken up the approach most often taken by tribunals in situations where states raise jurisdictional issues in state investor proceedings,...
This is the third and final item in our series offering practical advice for anyone involved in the mediation of an international dispute.
It has been a year since the new Supreme Court took over from the Supreme Arbitrazh Court as Russia’s highest court on commercial matters, including arbitration.
Recent Russian sanctions – particularly those implemented by the EU and the US – have boosted interest in Asian arbitration markets among Russian businesses.
A recent decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union has held that anti-suit injunctions issued by arbitral tribunals are not covered or prohibited by EU
Hong Kong courts have demonstrated a pro-arbitration stance in the first two quarters of 2015.
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