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By Matthew Knowles
One of the characteristics of international arbitration that users sometimes find frustrating is the very limited potential to consolidate into a single arbitration disputes ...
By Philippa Charles
In December 2017, the Singapore International Arbitration Centre launched a consultation process for the introduction of a protocol pursuant to which arbitral institutions would agree on the consolidation ...
By Joseph Rossello, Aleks Valkov
The Disclosure Working Group (DWG) has proposed amendments to Part 31 of the Civil Procedure Rules following concerns about the "perceived excessive cost, scale and complexity of disclosure".
By Julian Chamberlayne
The Justice Committee acknowledges early in its recent report, issued as part of its inquiry into draft legislation related to the personal injury discount rate ...
By Sarah Stewart
The Montreal Convention of 1999 (the ‘Convention') resulted from the need to modernise the Warsaw Convention (officially the Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating ...
By Stewart Young
For many years AX had enjoyed working as a secondary school maths teacher and later as an educational consultant.
By Julian Chamberlayne
It is highly unlikely that the proposed legislation to implement changes to the personal injury discount rate will achieve the Government's stated objective ...
By Veronica Connolly, Richard Swan
Associate Veronica Connolly and trainee Richard Swan of the International Arbitration team identify issues that can contribute to disputes in the power sector in sub-Saharan Africa ...
By Philippa Charles
Philippa Charles writes in the Scottish Arbitration Centre's newsletter about the challenges and opportunities that exist for newer or smaller arbitration jurisdictions.
By Richard Nicolle
With the ongoing discrimination debacle shining a light on the English Football Association's workplace HR mechanisms, HR Grapevine spoke to Richard Nicolle, Employment Law Partner...
By Philippa Charles
The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce has announced that it will provide reasons for its decisions on challenges to arbitrators, making it the third institution to do so.
By Sarah Whitham, Adrian Clossick
Sarah Whitham reviews the recent changes to Practice Direction 12J of the Family Procedure Rules 2010. Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division, has revised the rules to reinforce ...
By Richard Nicolle
The appearance of professional footballer Eniola Aluko and four senior employees of the Football Association before the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee to consider allegations of racism...
By Richard Nicolle, Joseph Lappin
Ryanair has angered staff and customers after disastrous errors with its pilot rota. The company could now risk unofficial industrial action through sickness absence, as was the case at Southern Rail last year...
By Tom Matusiak
Tom Matusiak and Harriet Chapman look at some new torts created by judges in recent years