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  • Year: 2018
  • Jurisdiction: Asia-Pacific

ICSID releases draft of new rules

16 August 2018 Sadie Buls, Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America

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The International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) has published the proposed amendments to its rules. The proposals mark the latest development in ICSID’s rule amendment project which aims to modernise the ICSID rules and make the dispute resolution process more time and cost effective and less paper-intensive. ICSID describes the proposed changes as the most far-reaching amendments in 50 years.

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Consultation open for ICCA working group’s draft Cybersecurity Protocol

24 July 2018 Erin Marsh, Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America

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The draft Cybersecurity Protocol for International Arbitration has been published by the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) Working Group on Cybersecurity in International Arbitration. Accessible here, the protocol does not specify particular measures to be included in arbitration agreements or procedural orders, but instead proposes a framework for developing cybersecurity measures appropriate to each individual case. Written comments should be submitted to cybersecurity@arbitration-icca.org no later than 30 September 2018.

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Arbitration Links turns 1!

09 July 2018 Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America

In summer 2017 we launched Arbitration Links, our blog (and Linklaters’ first) dedicated to reporting on developments in international commercial arbitration and investment arbitration. Please do watch, and share, this short video celebrating Arbitration Links's first birthday.

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Françoise Lefèvre appointed to the ICC International Court of Arbitration

26 June 2018 Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America

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Linklaters is delighted to announce that partner Françoise Lefèvre has been appointed to the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) International Court of Arbitration, one of the world's most experienced and renowned international arbitration institutions.

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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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Mauritius Convention on transparency enters into force

25 January 2018 Sadie Buls, Asia-Pacific; Europe; North America

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The United Nations Convention on Transparency in Treaty-based Investor-State Arbitration (the "Mauritius Convention") entered into force on 18 October 2017. An important development in investor-State dispute settlement (“ISDS”), the Mauritius Convention significantly expands the circumstances in which new transparency provisions – concerning arbitration commencement, publication of documents, third-party input, public hearings and confidential information – may apply. While it will be some time before the Mauritius Convention has broad application, it represents an important evolution for ISDS which has significant implications for States and investors alike.

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