OCT-DEC 2017 Issue

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Managing costs in international arbitration

Dispute management: avoiding a firestorm

Dispute resolution in Asia

Canadian securities class action litigation

Competing class actions in Australia – overview and suggestions for reform

The steady rise of litigation funding in Latin America

Manifest destiny – using US discovery tools to win foreign litigation

Speedy justice – streamlining the civil courts

Effective use of expert witnesses in insurance and reinsurance disputes

Asserting legal professional privilege after ‘RBC’ and ‘ENRC’

What is the settlement value?

Quantifying damages in M&A disputes

Quantifying damages in group and shareholder actions for the financial services sector

Corporate crisis management: expect the unexpected

Mining sector disputes

Litigation involving derivatives and other complex financial products

Amicable resolution of investment disputes

Unilateral jurisdiction clauses

Dispute resolution in the Middle East

Uruguayan rules on legislative and judicial competence

Preparing for the GDPR

The importance of including arbitration agreements in large international transactions

Breaking the monopoly: the global ramp-up of international arbitration centres outside of Europe and North America

Expedited proceedings: overview and practical considerations

Enforcement of arbitral awards: be alive to the rule against re-litigation

Is your arbitration safe from a cyber attack?

Arbitration and insolvency – still two ‘near polar extremes’?

Arbitration in the life sciences and pharmaceutical sector





CEG Europe


Harrison Pensa LLP

International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR)


Schellenberg Wittmer Ltd.

SRK Consulting

WeirFoulds LLP

BVI International Arbitration Centre (BVI IAC)

The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb)

DIFC Courts

DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre

Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC)

World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)