Five Facts About Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Awards in Central and Eastern Europe
Arbitration has become an accepted dispute resolution mechanism in Central and Eastern Europe (“CEE”) over the last two decades. Given the diversity of the countries…
The Future of Class, Mass, and Collective Arbitration
At the Eleventh Annual ITA-ASIL Conference on class and mass claims in arbitration, the panelist Deepak Gupta, suggested that the best way to address large-scale…
|15/05/2014||Sandra de Vito Bieri||
Arbitration Clauses in Gas Supply Agreements
One of the core elements of long-term Gas Supply Agreements are price review provisions (also called price reopener clauses), which allow parties to review the…
Arbitral tribunals’ decisions on costs sanctioning the parties for counsel behavior: A phenomenon expected to increase?
Guidelines 26 and 27 of the IBA Guidelines on Party Representation in International Arbitration have again raised the debate on the extent that Arbitral Tribunals…
Efficiency at all cost – arbitration and consolidation?
The views expressed are those of the author alone and should not be regarded as representative of or binding upon the author’s law firm. Consolidation…
Paperless Arbitrations – Where Do We Stand?
Technology in arbitration is of course a vast subject which has been addressed extensively by a number of writers. This article focuses briefly on the…
|16/01/2014||Karen Mills, Mirèze Philippe & Ileana M. Smeureanu||
Lists, Checklists, Guidelines, Principles, Techniques, Protocols, Best Practices: Are They Useful?
The wealth of information available offers helpful and concise guidance and tools to assist practitioners in their daily practice. In an age where practitioners are…