EDITION 25

EDITION 25

APRIL 2017
  • A 50 billion dollar question; should more weight have been given by domestic courts to the legitimate expectations of the yukos shareholders? By peter boyle
  • Advantages for international arbitration in london post-brexit by miranda mako
  • Highlights of south korea’s latest advancement in international arbitration by innhwa kwon
  • We want to be in the room where it happens: a demand for practical transparency in international commercial arbitration by christopher m. Campbell and ana coimbra trigo
  • Seat-centric arbitration – decoding the indian law on the choice of a foreign seat by ramani garimella
  • Enforcement of foreign awards impacted by economic sanctions: you shall not pass? By morgane guyonnet
  • Powers and limitation of arbitrators in tackling corruption by maria laura izzo
  • Significant developments in international litigation by way of 28 usc § 1782 by ava j borrasso
  • Impecuniosity and third party funding in international arbitration by pablo jaroslavsky

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