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Our blog features posts on the latest thinking on various aspects of arbitration law from our team and leading commentators.
Recent posts include:
- The IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest: evolution not revolution
- Arbitration and early resolution
- The curious case of state immunity: how to avoid a Pyrrhic victory
- The Energy Charter Treaty: new energy, new era
- Permissible robustness and unreasonable initiative: a trio of recent Singapore set-aside decisions illustrate the boundaries of arbitral decision-making
Practical guidance on all aspects of international arbitration practice and procedure, including jurisdiction-specific resources arranged by country.
Use our standard clauses, drafting notes and practice notes to guide you through the process of drafting an arbitration clause.
Use our collection of resources to guide you through arbitrations under the LCIA Rules 2014, which came into force on 1 October 2014.
A collection of resources on legal and procedural issues in investment treaty arbitration.
See our collection of essential reading materials, tools and information for those new to arbitration.
Keep up-to-date with anticipated arbitration-related developments this year and beyond with our What to expect tracker.
- Arbitration news round-up to 21 September 2016
- Victor Pey Casado: claimant fails to satisfy burden of establishing loss and damage (ICSID)
- Webinar on ethics in international arbitration
- ICSID tribunal rejects expropriation claim: Getma v Guinea
- Arbitrator's general power to award costs includes power to award costs of third party funding (English Commercial Court)