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As More “Confidential” International Arbitral Awards Made Public, the Practitioner’s Need to Consider Alternatives Increases
Posted on 14 Nov 2011 by Cadwalader OneWorld International Practice

By Louis M. Solomon We recently posted on the peril to the intended confidentiality accorded the arbitration of international disputes by the necessity of having to file in open court arbitral awards in order to enforce or challenge them. The issue... Read More

Fulbright Publication: 3rd China Arbitration Conference
Posted on 20 Oct 2011 by Norton Rose Fulbright

View Media By: C. Mark Baker , Jeffrey A. Blount , Jie Zhang , Richard Hill and James Rogers Following the success of Fulbright's 2007 and 2009 China Arbitration Conferences, we held our third China Arbitration Conference in Beijing this October... Read More

Arbitrators Are Not Employees for the Purposes of UK Anti-Discrimination Legislation
Posted on 29 Jul 2011 by Norton Rose Fulbright

Fulbright Alert By: Richard Hill and James Rogers In a decision handed down earlier today, the UK Supreme Court unanimously allowed the appeal in Jivraj v Hashwani [2011] UKSC 40, and held that arbitrators are not employees for the... Read More

First Circuit Finds Fraudulent Inducement Claims Arbitrable by Virtue of the “Ambiguity” of “Arising Under” Language — Despite Granite Rock
Posted on 29 Jul 2011 by Cadwalader OneWorld International Practice

By Louis M. Solomon Dialysis Access Center, LLC, et al. (DAC) v. RMS Lifeline, Inc. (RMS) , No. 10-1872 (1st Cir. Mar. 2011) [ enhanced version available to lexis.com subscribers / unenhanced version available from lexisONE Free Case Law ], includes... Read More