LCAM-HSF SURVEY ON COMPULSORY MEDIATION

Following the success of the 2020 LCAM-HSF Mediation in Arbitration survey, we are delighted to announce that Herbert Smith Freehills is again joining with the London Chamber of Arbitration and Mediation to conduct a new study on attitudes to compulsory mediation in litigation and arbitration. Read more

PODCAST: ICC RULES 2021 – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Following the release of the ICC’s new 2021 Arbitration Rules in draft on 9 October 2020, Craig Tevendale (Partner and UK Head of International Arbitration), Thierry Tomasi (Partner) and Vanessa Naish (Professional Support Consultant) have recorded a podcast discussing the top 5 changes to be aware of in the new Rules, being: Amendments to the … Read more

THE NEW ICC RULES 2021: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has released its 2021 Arbitration Rules in draft (the 2021 Rules). This is a “soft launch” with the current text still subject to editorial changes prior to their formal release in December. The 2021 Rules will come into force on 1 January 2021. Read more

LCIA RULES 2020 ENTER INTO FORCE

The revised London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) Rules have now come into force, applying to all LCIA arbitrations commenced on or after 1 October 2020. The new Rules have been warmly welcomed by the international arbitration community, receiving recognition for the way that they enhance efficiency and flexibility, while staying true to the LCIA … Read more

HERBERT SMITH FREEHILLS-CAMPAIGN FOR GREENER ARBITRATIONS WEBINAR: SUSTAINABILITY IN ARBITRATION – REDUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF OUR DISPUTES

Herbert Smith Freehills and the Campaign for Greener Arbitrations are delighted to invite you to attend our webinar on Sustainability in Arbitration. Environmental sustainability is not a new subject, but is one that is increasingly at the forefront of government and corporate strategy and headlining the papers, as grappling with climate change has become a … Read more

PRELIMINARY DISCOVERY IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION: AN AUSTRALIAN PERSPECTIVE

The availability and scope of ‘discovery’ or document production significantly differs across jurisdictions, most notably when comparing litigation in common law and civil law courts. In the field of international arbitration, the compromise position adopted by the International Bar Association’s Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration is to permit disclosure of documents … Read more