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International Arbitration

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Latest News in International Arbitration

  • December 14, 2018

    Jay-Z Adds Star Power To Diversity Concerns In Arbitration

    While it's unclear whether a recent argument made by the rapper Jay-Z relating to an alleged lack of diversity among available arbitrators would have ultimately prevailed, experts say the mogul has shone a 10,000-watt spotlight on a long-standing issue within arbitration.

  • December 14, 2018

    WTO Upholds US 'Dolphin-Safe' Tuna Label Criteria

    The World Trade Organization's Appellate Body on Friday signed off on a set of revised "dolphin-safe" labeling criteria for tuna sold in the U.S., ending a decadelong dispute with Mexico over whether the United States' labeling conditions are discriminatory and out of line with several global trade agreements.

  • December 14, 2018

    Naftogaz Can Get BNY Mellon Info For $2.56B Award Suits

    A New York federal judge has signed off on a request by Ukraine's Naftogaz to seek information from the Bank of New York Mellon that the national oil and gas company said it needs for pending and planned proceedings regarding a $2.56 billion arbitral award against Russia's Gazprom stemming from a contract dispute.

  • December 14, 2018

    HKIAC Appoints Chief Representative For Korea Office

    The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre has appointed a former Allen & Overy LLP attorney as the chief representative of its Korea office, the organization announced.

  • December 14, 2018

    With China’s Sports Ambitions Come Sports Disputes

    As China’s sports industry matures, it will likely see a growth in disputes that will need to be adjudicated fairly and efficiently. Foreign companies entering the industry should make sure their agreements contain alternative dispute resolution clauses, says Jeff Benz of JAMS.

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