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Arbitration partner exits Kirkland & Ellis in London for disputes boutique

Signature Litigation announces 20% revenue hike as Philipp Kurek joins after 14 years at US giant

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‘The art of the possible’ - arbitration specialists welcome targeted proposals to reform UK’s Arbitration Act

England and Wales Law Commission acknowledges ‘root and branch reform is not needed or wanted’ to 1996 legislation

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Pérez-Llorca boosts New York arm with hire of arbitration specialist from White & Case

Arrival of Felipe Nazar as a partner adds disputes to office’s capabilities in corporate and tax

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ABA appoints new co-chair of influential arbitration committee

Senior AAA-ICDR arbitrator Luis Martinez takes up leadership of ABA’s international arbitration committee

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Former Allen & Overy arbitration co-head joins Hong Kong’s Temple Chambers

Matthew Gearing KC joins as an arbitrator member having earlier also chaired the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre

Lalive and Boies Schiller secure $109m arbitration award against Tanzania

Tanzania loses ICSID minining arbitration as tribunal finds expropriation claims proven

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Linklaters hires Norton Rose Fulbright arbitration partner in Singapore to lead Asia team

Andrew Battisson has returned to a Magic Circle UK firm having first made partner at Allen & Overy

Disputes alliance to intervene on case to determine if courts can impose mediation in civil disputes

CMC, CIArb and CEDR to weigh in on forthcoming case before the Court of Appeal of England and Wales

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‘A dynamic process’: Indian lawyers welcome government initiative to reform arbitration regime

High-level review heralds serious drive to boost India’s international status as arbitration seat, reports Ben Rigby

India opens door to arbitration reform in bid to improve dispute resolution ecosystem

Indian government seeks stakeholder comment on potential reforms to the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996

Leading barristers band together to support equal representation in arbitration

Jane Davies Evans and Anneliese Day KC among members of Equal Representation in Arbitration Pledge’s new Bar subcommittee

Dubai International Arbitration Centre refreshes leadership in modernisation drive

Robert Stephen, former registrar of defunct DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre, joins DIAC as new management is finalised

Legal profession still has long way to go globally to improve inclusivity for LGBTQ+ lawyers

At the start of Pride month, the ICC Court of Arbitration's Alexander Fessas reflects on how firms can improve their performance by creating diverse teams

Lawyers must pull together to safeguard the rule of law, says ABA president

Deborah Enix-Ross stresses need for neutrality in a keynote speech at London International Disputes Week’s flagship conference

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London disputes market would benefit from change, but only in a minor key, says Lord Neuberger

Lord Neuberger's keynote speech at London International Disputes Week had a musical motif, but there were discordant notes amid the harmony

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London International Disputes Week begins with arbitration-focused day as top lawyers back tech’s profound impact on disputes

Ben Rigby reports on LIDW’s opening day featuring keynotes on aspects of arbitration and a tech study

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Three Crowns to continue international expansion with Spanish launch

Madrid set to become ‘truly global hub for international arbitration’, according to London-based boutique

Two Australian jurists join London sets as door tenants

A former senior judge joins Atkin Chambers, while a leading international lawyer signs up with 3 Verulam Buildings

‘Every reason for optimism’ – new Law Over Borders guide charts arbitration’s growing popularity across the world

Practical online comparative Global Legal Post guide is co-edited by Three Crowns partners Carmen Martinez Lopez and Liz Snodgrass

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