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Golden Thread update July 2017

An update on the rollout of the New Pathways modules and Centralised Assessment under the Golden Thread project.
3 July 2017 | News

CIArb opens new branch in Canada

CIArb celebrated the launch of its new Canada Branch on Canada Day, 1 July 2017, marking Canada’s 150th anniversary and bringing the number of CIArb branches to 38.
3 July 2017 | News

Why a Canadian Branch of CIArb?

The CIArb Canada Branch was formed to give greater visibility to Canada as an exceptionally attractive venue for arbitration. Dr Paul A. Tichauer FCIArb and Professor Janet Walker FCIArb explain the reasons for why the time is ripe for a presence there.
3 July 2017 | Branch News

A return to anti-suit injunctions?

The UK’s decision to withdraw from the EU has given rise to questions regarding the impact on anti-suit injunctions and whether these may become available to English Courts again.
30 March 2017 | Features

“Never leave an athlete knocking at the gate of the Olympic Village”

Speed was, perhaps fittingly, of particular importance when it fell to the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s ad hoc Division (“AHD”) to resolve disputes at the Rio Olympics. Amanda Lee FCIArb looks at the work of this unit.
13 March 2017 | Features

The Independence of Sports Arbitrators

J. Tyrone Marcus looks at how arbitration agreements are used in the world of sport, including a specific case which questioned arbitrators' independence.
13 March 2017 | Features