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  • The next generation of arbitration

    The next generation of arbitration

    Harriet Foster Managing associate Orrick Harriet Foster has a wealth of experience acting for clients in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia in commercial and investment treaty arbitrations. A recent example of the latter saw her represent an African-based investor in an UNCITRAL arbitration under a bilateral investment treaty with India, concerning the cancellation …

    Sponsored briefing: Everything is Justiciable in Israel

    Gross Law Firm discuss how multi-nationals corporations will face litigation in Israel despite contractual foreign jurisdiction clauses

    Sponsored briefing: Legal developments in Qatar: what the UK legal community should know

    Sponsored briefing: Legal developments in Qatar: what the UK legal community should know

    K&L Gates on the growth, development and sophistication emerging in the Qatar legal market

    Boies Don’t Cry

    Boies Don’t Cry

    ‘What would you do if you weren’t afraid? When I’m making big decisions, there’s always fear attached. I try to put the fear aside and say: “What would I do if not afraid?” Last year when Natasha Harrison still ran Boies Schiller Flexner’s (BSF) London office, she revealed her mantra in conversation with Legal Business. …

    Sponsored briefing: The pro-arbitration trend continues to grow in China

    Sponsored briefing: The pro-arbitration trend continues to grow in China

    Commerce & Finance Law Offices on China building a pro-arbitration jurisdiction

    Back to life – cases of the year

    Back to life – cases of the year

    Two years on from the UK’s first lockdown and the buzz has returned. Litigators might now work part-time from their homes and courts persist with virtual hearings for simple procedural hearings and the like, but a level of pre-2020 familiarity has been restored.