Recent Developments in International Arbitration

Disputing Blog by Karl Bayer, Victoria VanBuren, and Holly Hayes

Following are this month’s recent developments in international arbitration law published by the International Law Office (free registration is required to view the articles):

United States: Arbitrability as a threat to finality of international arbitration awards
France: Award annulled due to withdrawn counterclaims introduced by insolvent defendant
International: Best practices: the importance of experienced arbitration counsel
United Kingdom: War on enforcement or valid arbitration proceedings – who decides?
Ecuador: State fails to comply with international arbitral award alleging human rights concerns
Kenya: Alternative dispute resolution gains more legal recognition
Ukraine: Obtaining security measures in support of arbitral awards
Denmark: Tribunal rules on failure to pay security for counterclaim
Lebanon: Overview (March 2012)
United Kingdom: Mediation blues: agreement to mediate found not binding


Victoria VanBuren

Victoria VanBuren holds a B.B.A. in Finance from Southern Methodist University and a J.D. from the University of Texas School of Law.  She focuses on intellectual property law and arbitration. Known as a "worker bee," she is an active legal blogger and is currently pursuing a degree in computer science.… MORE >

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