EDITION 36

EDITION 36

January 2020
  • Changing International Arbitration and Looking to the Future: YAR 2.0 Keynote Address, by Steven Finizio
  • Live and Learn: Emergency Arbitration in Post – M&A Disputes,by Gustav Flecke-Giammarco and Martina Magnarelli
  • Artificial intelligence in arbitration: should we consider the possibility of decision-rendering AI?, by Daniele Verza Marcon, Erika Donin Dutra and Lukas da Costa Irion
  • Recoverability of costs in English-seated arbitrations, by Tarik Sharif
  • A comparative approach of the Selection and Recusals of judges and arbitrators under the ICJ and the ICSID Convention from the perspective of sovereign equality, by Isabela Luciana Coleto
  • Party representation in arbitrations seated in Portugal,by Joana Granadeiro
  • Exhaustion of Local Remedies in India: Is it a BIT too Exhausting?,by Rubanya Nanda
  • Investment Court System: the Evolution of the Traditional Investment Arbitration?, by Nuno Cruz
  • Arbitrator Challenges: A Practical Guide to an Unwieldy Issue, by Ekaterina Finkel and Louise Oakley

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