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CIArb at the Party Conferences

CIArb hosted fringe events in association with the New Statesman at both the Labour and Conservative Party Conferences this year.
5 October 2017 | News

GAR-CIArb to publish index of seats

Picture credit: GAR. Next year, GAR and CIArb will publish an index of seats, using the “AAA, AA, A …” system pioneered by credit rating agencies.
5 October 2017 | News

Megaprojects – National Prestige or Bottomless Well?

This joint seminar between the London Branch and the Society of Construction Law looks at the pitfalls that could befall a megaproject.
5 October 2017 | Branch News

The Brexit Scenario: When life gives you lemons, turn to arbitration?

Christina Lienen contemplates what the possible implications for international commercial arbitration may be in event of the UK leaving the European Union.
26 May 2017 | Features

The Russian arbitration reform: further difficulties?

The Federal Law “On Arbitration in the Russian Federation” N 382-FL and The Federal Law “On Changes to Certain Laws of the Russian Federation” N 409-FL came into force on 1 September 2016. Some of the changes brought by the new laws are discussed in this article.
5 May 2017 | Features

Arbitrality of corporate disputes in Russia from 1 February 2017

Arbitration represents a non-judicial procedure for dispute settlement where a party’s consent plays the central role in its regulation. Nevertheless, the state’s courts also play an important role as they provide support to arbitration and at the same time ensure protection of a party’s rights.
5 May 2017 | Features