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Publications

In the first lecture in the King James Lecture Series, Sir Daniel Bethlehem QC spoke on Aspects of Dispute Resolution in the International World. Read full »

This lecture by Sir Daniel Bethlehem was held in association with the American Society of International Law on 28 March 2009. Read full »

Taking the recent handed down judgment by Andrews J on Serious Fraud Office (SFO) v Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd [2017] EWHC 1017 (QB) as example, in this 20 Essex Street Bulletin Christopher Newman provides insight as to when documents can be granted privileged... Read full »

Honourary Chairman of the HKIAC Dr Michael J Moser and former HKIAC secretary-general Chiann Bao have jointly composed the only detailed commentary on the HKIAC Administered Arbitration Rules. The 'Guide to the HKIAC Arbitration Rules' gives an insider's perspective on how the... Read full »

Following their appearance in Marex Financial Limited v Carlos Sevilleja Garcia, David Lewis QC and Richard Greenberg report in this 20 Essex Street Bulletin on the 25 April 2017 judgment of Mr Justice Knowles in which Mr Sevilleja’s application challenging the Court’s... Read full »

Nakul Dewan, is the Chief-Editor and contributor of a the book 'Enforcing Arbitral Awards in India', which is being released on Friday, 5 May 2017.   The book is a commentary on the execution and enforcement of arbitral awards in India, for both domestic and foreign... Read full »

In this 20 Essex Street Bulletin 'Man-in-the-middle fraud: How to prevent it, who is at risk, and what to do when it all goes wrong Matthew McGhee covers the essentials on this increasingly common form of civil fraud. Read full »

In an interview for Lexis Nexis, Monica Feria-Tinta discusses the opening up of Cuba's relations in the Americas - and emerging related business opportunities - in the wake of Obama’s March 2016 visit to Cuba, the first by a US President in nearly a century. The interview... Read full »

Using the long-standing dispute over the territory of Western Sahara as a case study Dr Kate Parlett highlights the need for treaty parties to take account of potential human rights implications in the application of trade and investment agreements, particularly where there are issues... Read full »

In this back to basics piece (attached below), Matthew McGhee outlines the various routes by which a respondent can challenge the jurisdiction of an arbitration. Read full »