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Our blog features posts on the latest thinking on various aspects of arbitration law from our team and leading commentators.
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- An Investment Court system or an Appeals mechanism? The EU’s 2017 consultation on multilateral reform of ISDS
- No money: no arbitration? Reflections on recent Russian cases
- India’s institutional push to institutional arbitration
Practical guidance on arbitration practice and procedure in England and Wales.
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Use our standard clauses, drafting notes and practice notes to guide you through the process of drafting an arbitration clause.
See our collection of essential reading, tools and information for those new to arbitration, including useful links to legislation, arbitral centres and rules.
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See our collection of practice notes, articles and legal updates on legal and procedural issues in investment treaty arbitration.
First published in 1849, Russell on Arbitration has been the principle practitioner’s reference on English arbitration for over 150 years, and gives you authoritative guidance on all stages of the arbitration process. View now at Sweet & Maxwell and on Westlaw UK.
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