- January 10, 2018
Arbitration in 2018: evolution, revolution or repetition?
“There is nothing permanent except change.” (Heraclitus) The international arbitration world has lots in store for us in 2018. We can certainly expect more of the same when it comes to the ongoing debates on third party funding, Brexit, transparency and diversity. Naturally, we can also rely on the institutions to unveil new rules and guidance, and … Continue reading Arbitration in 2018: evolution, revolution or repetition? →
- July 11, 2017
Expect the unexpected: what lies ahead in the arbitration world?
“Expect the best, plan for the worst, and prepare to be surprised” (Denis Waitley) At the start of 2017, we predicted a lively time in the arbitration arena, and the first six months have certainly not disappointed. At the half-way mark, we find ourselves in a similar position, for example, with the continued uncertainty surrounding … Continue reading Expect the unexpected: what lies ahead in the arbitration world? →
- January 9, 2017
Predicting 2017: another bumpy ride?
2016 gave us a bumpy ride for so many reasons, and developments in the arbitration world were no exception. While there can be no promises that 2017 will be as turbulent, the year still promises to provide some interesting developments in the arbitration arena. So as 2017 kicks in, with new year resolutions made and … Continue reading Predicting 2017: another bumpy ride? →