One of the most often asked questions by clients is which arbitration institution is best to administer an arbitration? While many may have a favourite or go-to institution, it is generally not desirable to recommend one particular institution. The choice of institution will have to be made in the light of the particular circumstances of the case.
Russian arbitration Council recommends HKIAC to be licensed in Russia
CIArb issues witness conferencing guidelines
Cairo Centre releases case-load statistics
Stockholm Chamber of Commerce provides case e-platform for its arbitrations
Partner Joe Tirado (London) has been appointed to the arbitrator panel of the American Chamber of Comerce of Peru (AmCham Perú).
Recent speaking engagements
Partner Joe Tirado (London) was a panelist at the inaugural session of the London International Disputes Week looking at London as a dispute resolution hub for international parties held in London on 7 May 2019. Joe also spoke on Interplay Between Arbitral Tribunals and State Courts during the Arbitral Proceedings – How to Find the Right Balance? at the 15th International Federation of Commercial Arbitration Institutions (IFCAI) Biennial Conference in Helsinki, on 22 May 2019.
Partner Carlos de los Santos (Madrid) gave the inaugural speech at the Open de Arbitraje hosted in Madrid by the Asociación Europea de Arbitraje on 9 May 2019.
Partners Joao Duarte de Souza (Lisbon) and Joe Tirado (London) spoke at client seminar on international arbitration and ADR hosted by Garrigues in Lisbon on 17 May 2019.
The 5th edition of Global Legal Insights to International Arbitration, Global Legal Group has just been published. The series covers over 60 jurisdictions which are accessible for free at this website. Joe Tirado (London) is the Contributing Editor and author of the chapter on England & Wales.
Alberto Acevedo (Bogotá), Gabriela Cossio (Mexico City), Pedro Tent (Valencia) and Joe Tirado (London) have contributed chapters to a new Wolters Kluwer publication entitled “60 Years of the New York Convention: Key Issues and Future Challenges.
Our International Arbitration team has prepared a number of country guides that provide a concise and practical overview of arbitration in each jurisdiction. The guides cover the following jurisdictions: Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, England & Wales, Mexico, Morocco, Peru, Poland, Portugal and Spain. They are available in Spanish, English, Portuguese and Mandarin and can be viewed at this link.