11 October 2018China International Commercial Court
Given the value, complexity, location and sheer number of projects which comprise China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), it is highly likely that disputes will arise between parties involved in BRI projects, whether it be the states involved themselves, investors, lenders and other funders, contractors and subcontractors or companies in the vast supply chains that will be engaged by the initiative.
01 October 2018Recognising the development of 'Arbitration Consciousness' in Africa
Diversity as a worldwide phenomenon has challenged the minds of many a great men. As Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity”.
13 September 2018The Evolution of Third Party Dispute Finance
Dispute finance, in its modern form, originated in Australia in the mid-1990s following the enactment of legislation permitting insolvency practitioners to enter into contracts to finance litigation characterized as company property.
13 September 2018Decisions Referencing the Guidelines on Conflicts Of Interest
Anderson Kill’s Peter Halprin and Stephen Wah address the issue of conflicting interests in the appointment of arbitrators. In reference to recent English decisions and the Guidline’s Orange List, the piece promotes the full disclosure of facts constituting potential conflicts in an attempt to avoid successful future challenges.