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An introduction to the relationship between smart contracts and international dispute resolution mechanisms

19 June 2018 Matthew Weiniger, Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America

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In this video blog, Matthew Weiniger QC, our Global Co-Head of International Arbitration, takes a look at one of the oft-cited advantages of smart contracts and distributed ledger technology; namely their ability to reduce, or even eliminate, the potential for disputes. Matthew examines whether this is really true, and why parties should still be thinking about building conventional dispute resolution mechanisms into such structures.

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Interview with Matthew Weiniger and Campbell McLachlan on International Investment Arbitration – Substantive Principles, Second Edition

14 June 2018 Matthew Weiniger, Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; North America

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Last month, Dispute Resolution Partner and Global Co-Head of International Arbitration, Matthew Weiniger was interviewed, together with Professor Campbell McLachlan of the Victoria University of Wellington, by The Arbitration Station.  They were discussing the second edition of their book International Investment Arbitration – Substantive Principles, co-authored with Laurence Shore. In the interview, Matthew and Campbell describe their objectives behind the text and how developments have shaped investment arbitration in the 10 years since the first edition was published.

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Announcing the launch of TradeLinks, the Linklaters international trade law blog

03 May 2018 Matthew Weiniger, Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America

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The Linklaters International Trade Practice has launched a regular blog that will look at a wide range of topics that span the area of international trade including Brexit and its impact on the UK’s international trade position, trade wars, tariffs and trade disputes.

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An Introduction to Drafting an Arbitration Clause

21 February 2018 Matthew Weiniger, England & Wales

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What should you be asking yourself when beginning to draft an arbitration clause? In this video, Matthew Weiniger QC, Partner and Global Co-Head of International Arbitration, provides an introduction to the topic and some of the main points for consideration.

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Brexit and International Arbitration in London

08 February 2018 Matthew Weiniger, England & Wales; Europe

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Matthew Weiniger QC, Dispute Resolution Partner & Global Co-Head of International Arbitration, has produced a short video discussing the impact of Brexit on the practice of international arbitration in London. 

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Set aside decision highlights important practice point for Requests for Arbitration under LCIA rules

31 January 2018 Stephen Lacey; Sadie Buls; Matthew Weiniger, England & Wales

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In A v B [2017] EWHC 3417 London’s Commercial Court held that the LCIA rules did not permit a Request for Arbitration filed by the claimant to include related claims under two contracts and their associated LCIA arbitration agreements (thereby denying the tribunal jurisdiction). Claimants in LCIA arbitrations may therefore well wish to consider filing multiple requests in like circumstances in future.

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Linklaters book launch event: The Political Economy of the Investment Treaty Regime

06 December 2017 Matthew Weiniger, England & Wales

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On Thursday 16 November 2017 Linklaters hosted a special forum to celebrate the launch of a new book, The Political Economy of the Investment Treaty Regime, written by Dr Jonathan Bonnitcha, Dr Lauge Poulsen and Dr Michael Waibel.  The book was recently published by Oxford University Press. 

 

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The European Commission proposes a move towards a Multilateral Investment Court System

27 October 2017 Guillaume Croisant; Matthew Weiniger, Europe

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The European Commission has recently requested authorisation to launch negotiations to establish a permanent Multilateral Investment Court, which would hear investment disputes under existing and future trade agreements entered into between the EU Member States and third countries. This new court could also replace the Investment Court System provided for by CETA, whose compatibility with EU law will be reviewed by the European Court of Justice following a request introduced by Belgium on 6 September 2017.

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India and Bangladesh to issue joint interpretative note on bilateral investment treaty

05 September 2017 Ula Cartwright-Finch; Matthew Weiniger, Asia-Pacific; India

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A recent press announcement by the Government of India indicates that India and Bangladesh have recently agreed to issue a joint interpretative note in respect of the India Bangladesh Agreement for the Promotion and Protection of Investments, 2009 (“India-Bangladesh BIT”) (the “Note”). According to the announcement, the Note would clarify the interpretations of various clauses in the treaty including the definitions of investor and investment, exclusion of taxation measures and other substantive standards such as most favoured nation, national treatment and fair and equitable treatment. The exact terms of the Note have not been released yet by either India or Bangladesh.

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CEPA: Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement Investment Agreement

31 August 2017 Sadie Buls; Matthew Weiniger, China; Hong Kong

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On 28 June 2017, Hong Kong and mainland China signed two new agreements under the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement ("CEPA"), a step that has been described by the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce as marking a milestone in CEPA’s development. 

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