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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:
- If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it: the LMAA Terms 2017
- Staying competition claims: a consideration of Microsoft v Sony
- Long awaited trade facilitation agreement enters into force at the World Trade Organisation
- English Supreme Court clarifies the availability of security in New York Convention enforcement cases
- Women in arbitration: Dr Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof, LCIA Director General
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.
- German Federal Court of Justice on the scope of an arbitration agreement
- Misleading the tribunal was fraud within section 68 (TCC)
- Arbitration news round-up to 22 March 2017
- NAFTA: decisions of national courts could amount to expropriation or unfair treatment even where no denial of justice
- Swiss Supreme Court denies excessive formalism and rules on applicability of legal aid regime in setting aside proceedings