Financial Institutions and Arbitration - ICC Commission on Arbitration Releases Report
Financial Institutions and Arbitration - ICC Commission on Arbitration Releases Report
09 November 2016 | By  Timothy Lindsay
The ICC Commission on Arbitration Task Force released today its multidisciplinary report Financial Institutions and Arbitration.. Read More →
Financial Institutions and Arbitration - ICC Commission on Arbitration Releases Report
Financial Institutions and Arbitration - ICC Commission on Arbitration Releases Report
09 November 2016 | By  Timothy Lindsay
The ICC Commission on Arbitration Task Force released today its multidisciplinary report Financial Institutions and Arbitration..
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Important amendments to Arbitration Act 1996 (New Zealand)
Important amendments to Arbitration Act 1996 (New Zealand)
08 November 2016 | By  Timothy Lindsay  | Edith Offner
A number of amendments to the Arbitration Act 1996 will come into force on the 1 March 2017.
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NZ splits from UK on enforcement of foreign judgments
NZ splits from UK on enforcement of foreign judgments
31 August 2016 | By  Timothy Lindsay  | Edith Offner
In its recent decision Michael Wilson & Partners Ltd v Thomas Ian Sinclair [2016] NZCA 376 the New Zealand Court of Appeal has allowed the execution in New Zealand of a foreign costs judgment, despite ongoing litigation between the parties in other jurisdictions.
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New 2016 SIAC Arbitration Rules address banking & finance industry needs
New 2016 SIAC Arbitration Rules address banking & finance industry needs
10 August 2016 | By  Timothy Lindsay  | Cecil Hanafin
The sixth iteration of the arbitration rules of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre came into force earlier this month
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TPP Could Block Copyright Fair Use
TPP Could Block Copyright Fair Use
31 August 2015 | By  Rick Shera
Imagine that - we negotiate away copyright concessions to the US in TPP, only to find that the same lobbyists sitting in behind those negotiations then use the ISDS provisions of the same agreement to argue against us introducing fair use or to lodge a claim against the New Zealand Government if we do ...
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Don't like that Court ruling? Sue the Government to have it changed
Don't like that Court ruling? Sue the Government to have it changed
29 March 2012 | By  Rick Shera
I wrote earlier about the issues with the proposed Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) investor-state provisions. Those are the provisions which would enable a foreign investor to sue a Government if that Government's proposed law changes would negatively impact a company's investment in that country ...
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Don't like that law? Just sue the Government
Don't like that law? Just sue the Government
12 January 2012 | By  Rick Shera
Even if the proposed trans pacific partnership agreement (TPPA) is net beneficial to New Zealand (and some evidence on that would be good), we should be wary of including the so called investor state provisions ...
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