- June 7, 2017
Third party funding and the pitfalls of privilege
Introduction Since first emerging in its modern form in Australia about 20 years ago, third party funding has become widespread, first in investment arbitration, later expanding to international commercial arbitration in the common law world, as well as in a number of civil law jurisdictions. Recent changes in the law in both Hong Kong and … Continue reading Third party funding and the pitfalls of privilege →
- September 5, 2016
The curious case of state immunity: how to avoid a Pyrrhic victory
It is well-known that problems frequently arise when a non-state winning party attempts to enforce and execute an arbitral award against a state or state entity.