EDITION 31

EDITION 31

OCTOBER 2018
  • 60th Anniversary of the New York Convention – Enforcement of Arbitration Awards in the British Virgin Islands, The Cayman Islands and Bermuda by Paula Gibbs
  • Article VII (1) of the New York Convention – Need for an Amendment? by Anindya Basarkod
  • Public Policy under article V (2) of the New York Convention: is there a transnational standard? by Nivedita Chandrakanth Shenoy
  • Artificial Intelligence in International Arbitration by Oliver Bolthausen
  • Three Potential Imminent Benefits of Blockchain for International Arbitration: Cybersecurity, Confidentiality & Efficiency by Ibrahim Shehata
  • Approaches to the ethical regulatory framework for counsel: need for a new refined model by Andrii Zharikov
  • Courts and Councils: a reflection on accountability in institutional decision-making in light of the German Institution for Arbitration’s 2018 Rules revision by Duncan Gorst
  • Drafting Dispute Resolution Clauses- Four Main Guiding Principles that Drafters Should Observe by Charles H.W. Mac
  • Overview of U.S. Court Treatment of Interim Measures in Support of International Arbitration by Ava Borrasso
  • International Commercial Arbitration in Latin America: Recent developments and trends by Yael Ribco Borman
  • When French judges confirm the expansion of their control over arbitral awards by Caroline Duclercq and Talel Aronowicz
  • Portugal: charting a path towards a corporate arbitration-friendly Jurisdiction by Francisca Seara Cardoso

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