Conference at the University of Alcalà

Our Spanish Chapter has cosponsored a conference on strategies on arbitration and mediation, organized by the University of Alcalà, which is one of the two oldest Spanish Universities, founded by Cardinal Cisneros, who was the Counsellor to the Spanish Throne. …

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Reliance Industries and Justice

The Commercial Division of the High Court of England and Wales has allowed a challenge by reliance Industries of an award in a dispute over oil fields, on the ground that the arbitrators, by not considering an issue which had …

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Manifest Error May Be Cured

In SEA 2011[1], the High Court of England and Wales had been seized of a challenge of two awards which had held that, even if the name of the parties to the proceedings was different from their right ones …

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They speak about us


Getting the Deal Trough has published an article concerning the European Court of Arbitration, amongst other arbitral institutions such as ICSID, ICC, LCIA.


You can read it at the following link .



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Intra-European BITs

The European Court of Justice has ruled on 6 March 2018 in Slovakia Republic v. Achmea BV, that provisions on investor State arbitration in bilateral investment treaties between EU Member States are incompatible with EU Law.

They in fact …

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