International arbitration video series

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Enforcement of awards against State entities

Neil Q. Miller, a Partner in our London office, discusses enforcement of awards against State entities, common issues that can arise, and what to consider at the outset in order to best avoid later issues with enforcement.

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LMAA Arbitration

Marie Kelly, a Partner in our London office, talks with Ian Gaunt, President of the London Maritime Arbitration Association (LMAA), about arbitrating under the LMAA Terms and recently introduced amendments to the LMAA Terms 2017.

Does Brexit expose the UK to claims from foreign investors? 

Does Brexit expose the UK to claims from foreign investors?

Matthew Buckle, a Senior Associate in our London office, questions whether regulatory changes following Brexit might expose the UK to claims from foreign investors and, if so, what hurdles such claims might face.

Holly Stebbing

What is investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS)?

Holly Stebbing, a Partner in our London office, discusses investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS). Holly explains why both foreign investors and host states need to understand ISDS and the important procedural and substantive legal protections it can offer. Holly also addresses common misconceptions and criticisms of ISDS.

Donald Dinnie

Arbitration in South Africa

Donald Dinnie, Managing Director of our South African practice, discusses arbitration in South Africa. Donald talks about South Africa’s current arbitration law as well as recent developments for commercial arbitration and investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS), including important changes to protections for foreign direct investment.

Dylan McKimmie 

Arbitration in Australia – pro-enforcement trends

Dylan McKimmie, a partner in our Perth office, discusses the impact of recent amendments to the Australian International Arbitration Act and judicial decisions which make the framework for arbitration in Australia more pro-enforcement./arbitration-in-australia--pro-enforcement-trends

New SIAC Arbitration rules 

State Immunity and international arbitration

James Rogers, a partner in our London office, discusses state immunity in the context of international arbitration and the importance of seeking jurisdiction-specific advice.

Norton Rose Fulbright has developed a state immunity portal to keep our clients up-to-date with the latest developments. Our interactive portal covers a range of jurisdictions and is designed to provide essential information needed by financial institutions lending to, or by corporates transacting with, sovereign entities. Find out more about our online State immunity guide.

New SIAC Arbitration Rules 2016

New SIAC Arbitration rules
James Rogers, a Partner in our London office, and Lim Seok Hui, CEO of the SIAC and SIMC, discuss the new SIAC Arbitration rules which came into force on 1 August 2016.
November 2016

Brexit, choice of law, jurisdiction and enforcement

Brexit - choice of law, jurisdiction and enforcement
Charlotte Winter, a Partner in our London office and Professor Harris QC, a barrister practising at Serle Court chambers and joint general editor of the leading work Dicey, Morris and Collins, The Conflict of Laws discuss the impact of Brexit on choice of law, jurisdiction and enforcement.
October 2016

The LCIA’s changed approach to India

The LCIA’s changed approach to India
Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof, Director General of the LCIA, and Sherina Petit, Partner and Head of Norton Rose Fulbright’s India Practice and member of the LCIA’s Board of Directors, discuss the LCIA’s changed approach to the Indian arbitration market, in force from 1 June 2016.
August 2016

Gender diversity in international arbitration

Gender diversity in international arbitration
Lucy Greenwood, an independent arbitrator, discusses gender diversity in international arbitration, and the recently launched Pledge on Equal Representation in International Arbitration. Lucy offers unique insight gained by membership of the Pledge’s Steering Committee and having authored a number of influential publications on gender diversity in international arbitration.
July 2016

Patrick Bourke

Arbitration in the UAE
Patrick Bourke, Head of Middle East, discusses arbitrating in the UAE and considers the steps that need to be taken to avoid an award being successfully challenged.
April 2016

Phil Roche

Arbitration - conflicts of interest
Phil Roche, a partner in our London office, discusses the risks associated with arbitrator appointments and the steps that can be taken to avoid challenges to arbitrators’ appointments and their subsequent awards.
June 2015

Dr. Karl Mackie

Dr. Karl Mackie on escalation clauses
Sherina Petit discusses with Dr. Karl Mackie, CEO of CEDR the benefits of writing escalation clauses, which provide for mediation before arbitration, into commercial contracts.
May 2015

Marie Kelly

Arbitration award timescales
Marie Kelly, a partner in our Athens office discusses the time scale in which arbitration awards should be provided. After explaining the difficulties that can arise when an award is delayed, Marie suggests steps to reduce the time taken for a tribunal to produce their award.
January 2015

ICC emergency arbitrator provisions

ICC emergency arbitrator provisions
An interview with José Ricardo Feris, Deputy Secretary General, ICC International Court of Arbitration.
December 2014

Arbitration in China

Arbitration in China
James Rogers, a partner in our London office, discusses the existing restrictions which prevent international arbitral institutions from administering domestic arbitrations in China and highlights that these restrictions might be liberalised in the future. James considers the potential impact of a recent decision of the Supreme People’s Court of the People’s Republic of China in relation to the validity of an arbitration agreement providing for ICC arbitration in Shanghai (Anhui Longlide Packaging and Printing Co Ltd v BP Agnati SRL (2013) Min Si Ta Zi No. 13).
November 2014

Change to the LCIA rules

Changes to the LCIA rules
Jacomijn van Haersolte-van Hof, the new Director General of the LCIA, discusses the new LCIA rules which came into force on 1 October 2014 with Sherina Petit.
October 2014

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