The UAE Federal Arbitration Law (No.6 of 2018) came into force on 15 June 2018, and introduced a number of procedural developments relating to the conduct of arbitration proceedings and the enforcement of domestic and international awards before the local UAE courts.
The new Macau arbitration law has been gazetted and will come into force in early May 2020. A local law firm provides an overview of the new legislation.
A useful overview of the substantive considerations available to a tribunal when determining whether grant security for costs.
A practical overview of third party funding in belt and road disputes in the main arbitral seats together with practical takeaways on what a party should consider when considering third party funding and tips to ensure its use is successful.
The CIArb guidelines for witness conferencing offer practical guidance for use by parties, arbitrators and experts in the preparation for and presentation of evidence by witnesses in conference.Continue Reading
Beale & Co provide a brief overview of security for costs applications in arbitration proceedings, …Continue Reading
On 29 April 2019, the Basel Institute of Governance release “Corruption and Money Laundering in …Continue Reading
Afridi & Angell provide an overview of arbitration in the United Arab Emirates, dealing with …Continue Reading
Hogan Lovells provide a thorough overview of the dispute resolution procedures and trends in the …Continue Reading
Stephenson Harwood provide an overview of the ICC’s December 2018 Note to Parties and Arbitral …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills consider various Indian Court decisions, covering issues such as the applicability of …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review two notable developments in the United Arab Emirates relating to arbitration: …Continue Reading
Published by Latham & Watkins in 2017, this is a general guide to international arbitration …Continue Reading