08 March 2019

Some peculiar aspects of GAFTA Arbitrations

Some things you can only do in London. Although loitering in the fog is no longer part of the city’s attraction, taking a ride in a black cab, having a pint at the Cittie of Yorke and arbitrating a commodities dispute are still very much an exclusivity of the English capital.

01 March 2019

ADR practice in Zambia: exploring legislative reforms and future prospects to further enhance the practice

In Zambia, ADR practice can be traced back to the 90s. Over the years, the practice of ADR has continued to grow both in numbers of ADR practitioners and practice.

12 February 2019

Caveat arbiter: the devil is in the [lack of] detail

“Is the Devil in the Detail?” was the title of Dr Melis Özdel’s Fifth CIArb Roebuck Lecture, back in 2015.

12 February 2019

Is ADR an option anymore?

The publication of the long-awaited final report of the Civil Justice Council’s ADR Working Group has once again focused attention on whether ADR should be mandatory.