How do I manage an arbitration case? How do you manage yours?

MY ARBITRATION PHILOSOPHY | STATEMENT 1. It is not acceptable for an arbitrator to delegate work to a junior lawyer who is not a member of the tribunal. 2. When the complexity of the case so justifies, it is acceptable for a tribunal to appoint a secretary to assist it with the administrative tasks relating […]

Arbitrating Disputes in Third-Party Funding: A Parallel With Arbitration in the Financing Sector

Arbitrating Disputes in Third-Party Funding: A Parallel With Arbitration in the Financing Sector   The topic of Third-Party Funding in international arbitration has been almost exhaustedly debated. However, little — if any — relevance has been given to the use of dispute resolution mechanisms in the context of litigation financing. It can be said that […]

The Prague Rules – Launching Conference and Signature Cerimony

(World Map – Legal Systems) Launch of The Prague Rules On 14 December, the Prague Rules baby finally cried! After more than 3 years of discussions, surveys conducted in a number of jurisdictions of the “civil law”, drafts, consultations and public discussions held in various places across the globe, the Prague Rules were finally signed. […]

Engagement as SCIA Arbitrator

Just received the news this morning. Congratulations on Your Engagement as SCIA Arbitrator Distinguished Arbitrator, Established in 1983 at the start of China’s reform and opening-up, the Shenzhen Court of International Arbitration (also known as the “Shenzhen Arbitration Commission” and the “South China International Economic and Trade Arbitration Commission”, hereinafter the “SCIA”) is the first […]