21 May 2015

Crossing Borders: key developments in international arbitration

In this edition, we discuss a number of important developments in international arbitration. We address the latest updates on anti-bribery and anti-corruption regulations and enforcement in China, ways to maximise investment protection in Africa, the latest IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration, explore investment treaty claims arising out of crossborder regulatory disputes, and look into the question on everyone’s lips since the announcement of the Mars One mission – who will own Mars?!

We also cover key recent decisions in international arbitration, along with updates on dispute resolution procedures in the key markets of Singapore and Brussels, and the future of the Ibero-American Arbitration Centre.

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