- October 2, 2020
In-house foreign lawyers benefit from legal advice privilege even if not regulated or qualified in home jurisdiction
Privilege is a tortuous subject in international arbitration. Parties must not only contend with the factual issues surrounding whether a communication is privileged, they must also confront the prior legal issue of what privilege rules the tribunal should use to decide those claims of privilege. Should they use the law of the seat? The substantive … Continue reading In-house foreign lawyers benefit from legal advice privilege even if not regulated or qualified in home jurisdiction →
- December 12, 2019
Forum non conveniens before the DC District Court: Entes Industrial v Kyrgyzstan
US courts have long grappled with the issue of whether the doctrine of forum non conveniens applies in proceedings to confirm a foreign arbitration award.