14 Sep 2023The use of AI in international arbitration – thoughts from the coalface
Claire Morel de Westgaver, partner at BCLP and chair of Ciarb’s Technology and ADR Thought Leadership Group, and Siobhan Abraham, associate at BCLP share insights on the use of AI in international arbitration.
13 Sep 2023Corporación AIC, SA v. Hidroeléctrica Santa Rita S.A., 66 F.4th 876 (11th Cir. 2023)
US Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals rules that domestic grounds for vacating arbitration awards apply to international arbitration awards rendered in the US
13 Sep 2023How to improve diversity in the Expert Witness community.
Insights from Kathryn Britten, Co-Founder of Equal Representation for Expert Witnesses (ERE).
13 Sep 2023Short Form v Long Haul: Arbitration and adjudication new stablemates?
The dispute landscape has changed significantly since the millennium. Post-COVID, further changes have been signalled within the UK. Following a consultation launched last year by the Ministry of Justice, the Government has committed to fully integrate mediation as a key step in the court process for small civil claims valued up to £10,000 (25 July 2023). The Law Commission published its final report on the review of the Arbitration Act 1996 (5 September 2023) following two consultations. Further, the UK has become a signatory of the Singapore Convention on Mediation (3 May 2023).