Stuart Dutson

Stuart Dutson

Stuart Dutson is a partner at Eversheds.  Stuart specialises in international arbitration, international litigation and international law. He has conducted arbitrations under all major arbitration institutions' rules in London, Europe, the Middle East and Africa; and Stuart has litigated international disputes in London, Australia, Europe, New York, Africa and the Middle East. Stuart has also designed complex dispute resolution mechanisms, including for oil and gas projects in Russia, Chile, Kuwait and Nigeria. Prior to joining Eversheds Stuart was at Linklaters and Herbert Smith and he was Malawi's State Advocate from 2000 to 2001.




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Articles and Video:

Arbitrating in China – What Interim Measures are Available from the Courts? (11/26/12)
The recent revisions to the Chinese Civil Procedure Law (the “CPL”) made some significant amendments to the arbitration law in China. In particular, the new CPL for the first time provides for pre-arbitration preservation measures to be available from the Chinese courts. The revisions will come into force on January 1, 2013.