Six rules to determine the winners and losers in post-Brexit Britain
31 July 2016
In our latest blog, Professor Stuart Weinstein of Coventry University, an internationally recognised thought leader on legal risk management, governance and compliance, discusses the lessons risk managers face post-Brexit and the impact of 45 years under the European Union.
A new approach to business failure and insolvency
12 April 2016
In our latest blog, Alan Tilley founding principal of Bryan, Mansell and Tilley LLP, discusses the new EU regulations to adopt more flexible pre-insolvency processes in the UK.
What the Gazprom ECJ judgment means for the arbitration community
17 July 2015
A positive decision or an opportunity missed?
Baker & McKenzie's team of experts reflect on the Gazprom European Court of Justice (ECJ) judgment.
CIAR – a new arbitral centre
08 July 2015
A new arbitral centre is analysed by author team Carlos González-Bueno and Laura Lozano at González-Bueno & Asociados in Madrid.
Saving time and costs in arbitration proceedings - Risse's Rules v Rees's Rules
07 November 2014
The issue of saving time and costs is a topic dear to stakeholders in the business of international arbitration. Institutions are constantly reviewing their rules and procedures in pursuit of this objective. Ben Ko and Anjuli Patel pitted opposing time- and cost-saving proposals against one another to open discussion to the floor.
Shaping the Future of International Dispute Resolution
31 October 2014
Inspired by the 1976 Pound Conference, commonly credited as the catalyst for encouraging wider use of mediation, a uniquely interactive convention was used to propose a series of Global Pound Conferences in 2015, to run concurrently in 20 or more cities internationally.
New LCIA Arbitration Rules 2014 - what are the key changes?
02 October 2014
Ed Poulton and Steve Abraham brief readers on the new arbitration rules of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), that entered into force on October 1 2014.