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The New Dawn In International Arbitration In South Africa


Patrick Lane SC heralds the ‘dawn of a new era’ in South Africa. ‘It has taken more than 24 years for South Africa to modernise its Arbitration law. The realisation that… Read more »

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Why dual qualify? The Caribbean advantage (Karen Gough – Counsel Magazine)


This article was first published by Counsel Magazine on 22 November 2018. Caribbean-qualified counsel Karen Gough took the plunge, got the international edge and benefitted her whole practice. “When I… Read more »

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Sweet & Maxwell – Arbitration World


Adrian Hughes QC and John Denis-Smith have contributed a chapter on “The UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules”. This edition is the largest yet and reflects the increasing importance of jurisdictions in Asia… Read more »

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Corruption in Arbitration – Peter Rees QC (Iberian Lawyer Magazine)


Peter Rees QC talks to Iberian Lawyer Magazine at the IBA conference in Vienna on some of the problems that arbitral tribunals have to deal with if the arbitration is… Read more »

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Global Arbitration Review – Treaty Arbitration: The limited role of tax carve-outs in BITs – Timothy Lyons QC


As the pending investment treaty claim brought by Cairn Energy against India puts tax carve-outs in bilateral investment treaties under the spotlight, Timothy Lyons QC, a barrister and arbitrator practising… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Timothy Lyons QC BL Date

Sports Arbitration Essentials: The Practitioner’s Kit Bag (2015)


On the 8th May 2015, Paul Hayes spoke at the 2015 Kuala Lumpur International Arbitration Week, in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), on “Sports Arbitration Essentials: The Practitioner’s Kit Bag“. To view Paul’s… Read more »

CategoryArticles Author Paul Hayes QC Date

Case Law Update of major decisions in arbitration, adjudication and mediation in 2014


Hefin Rees QC, FCIArb, presented a lecture on the major cases that were decided in 2014 in arbitration, adjudication, and mediation in England and Wales to the Chartered Institute of… Read more »

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Putting the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive to the test


This article, published in the the Journal of International Banking and Financial Law, examines a dispute over one of the most controversial European bank bail-ins to date, of Hypo-Alpe-Adria Bank, and… Read more »

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New Frontiers in Sports Arbitration (2014)


Paul Hayes (2014) To read this article, please click here.

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