- May 13, 2020
BCLP international arbitration survey 2020: A right of appeal in international arbitration: second bite of the cherry: sweet or sour?
Although procedures for court challenge of an award on the basis of procedural irregularity or jurisdictional error are widely available across jurisdictions, the ability to bring an appeal against the tribunal’s decision on the substantive issues in dispute is not. The principle of finality is enshrined in the rules of major arbitral institutions, and in … Continue reading BCLP international arbitration survey 2020: A right of appeal in international arbitration: second bite of the cherry: sweet or sour? →
- February 7, 2019
Cybersecurity in international arbitration: don’t be the weakest link
This year, BCLP’s annual arbitration survey focuses on the issue of cybersecurity in international arbitration.
- January 18, 2017
Diversity on arbitral tribunals: are we getting there? BLP international arbitration survey 2016
The issues A perceived lack of diversity among arbitrators is forever captured in the oft-quoted description “pale, male and stale”.
- February 2, 2016
The Fourth Arbitrator: BLP arbitration survey on the use of tribunal secretaries in international arbitration
The Fourth Arbitrator As illustrated by the Yukos arbitrations, the use of tribunal secretaries in international commercial arbitration is under scrutiny. Should a tribunal secretary be permitted to become ‘the Fourth Arbitrator’ because the work he or she carries out has the potential to influence the outcome? What can be done to guard against this?