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A round up of the key developments in arbitration that you should be looking out for in 2017.
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Submitted: 01 March 2017
Philip Norman and Paul Bradley examine Qatar’s new Arbitration Law and consider some of the impacts on current and future arbitrations and enforcement in the State.
Submitted: 19 January 2017
Where a party has lost on an issue in an arbitration, can it re-argue that issue in a litigation claim against another party?
If you are negotiating an arbitration clause which provides for Italian law as governing law or if the arbitration award is likely to be enforced in Italy, then you may wish to have a look at the following hints.
Submitted: 05 January 2017
2017 will see the second arbitral institution adopt summary procedures to allow unmeritorious claims or aspects of claims to be dealt with expeditiously.
Will uncertainty as to the enforcement of English jurisdiction clauses post-Brexit lead to more parties choosing arbitration?
Parties may need to amend their dispute resolution clauses to exclude emergency arbitrator provisions if they wish to go to the English courts for interim measures.
What developments will the arbitration world see in 2017 in third party funding?
The ICC rules will change in March 2017, to allow (and in certain cases impose) an expedited procedure that will allow quicker and cheaper arbitrations.
Following the wide adoption of the “Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge" by arbitral bodies and professionals in 2016, will 2017 see results?
London 11 May 2017
London 18 May 2017
Amsterdam 18 May 2017
Amsterdam 24 May 2017
Amsterdam 8 June 2017
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