EDITION 37

EDITION 37

APRIL 2020
  • International Arbitration in the Midst of COVID-19, by John Fellas
  • Video Conferencing in International Arbitration – the Seoul Protocol on Video Conferencing in International Arbitration as a Guide to Best Practice,by Nino Sievi
  • Navigating Force Majeure Clauses and Related Doctrines in Light of the COVID-19 Pandemic, by John A . Trenor and Hyun-Soo Lim
  • Evaluation of damages in international arbitration: A comparison between commercial and investor-states disputes, by Catalina-Andreea Popi
  • The Shifting Landscape of Punitive Damages in Arbitration: Lessons Drawn from Common Law Jurisdictions, by Naimeh Masumy and Sarah Rayhana El Azouzi
  • Assessment of Most Favored Nation Clauses in Terms of Ejusdem Generis Principle and its Impact over Some Bilateral Investment Treaties executed by Republic of Turkey in 1990s, by Turgut Aycan Özcan
  • Mandatory Use of Turkish Language and Its Impacts for Arbitration Agreements: A Case of Constant Revival, by Doğuhan Uygun and Osman Pepeoğlu
  • The Test of “Dominant and Effective Nationality”: Inherent Contradictions in the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, by Riddhi Dhananjay
  • Dual-Institution Arbitration clauses : A critical analysis, by Animesh Bordoloi
  • Revisiting Post-Arbitral Procedures in Nigeria, by Ayodele Babalola
  • Third-party funding in Brazil: is there a duty to disclose? How to avoid conflicts of interest?, by Mariana de Araújo
  • Third party funding: Perspectives in Brazil,by Julie Griebler Arbitration and Mediation: Friends or Foes, by Meenal Garg

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