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BEPS action plan 14: Making dispute resolution mechanisms more effective
Tuesday, 3rd February 2016

Important English High Court Decision For All Resolving Disputes Connected To Russia
Wednesday, 28th January 2016

"In a decision which will be of great interest to all those involved in Russian related disputes in particular, the English court has overturned the decision of an LCIA tribunal that it did not have jurisdiction over a Russian company which was no...

International tax dispute resolution: Breaking the impasse
Tuesday, 20th January 2016

"Peter Nias, international tax specialist barriaster at Pump Court Tax Chambers in London, analyses trends in international tax dispute resolution, looking at alternative dispute resolution methods and whether OECD's recent work in this area r...

Adjudication in construction contracts: a guide to adjudication in continental Europe
Thursday, 15th January 2016

"Litigation of any kind incurs unwanted costs and delays, caused in part by parties appealing the courts’ decisions.  In the context of construction litigation there is also the risk of the contractor becoming insolvent as a result of the ...

Hazards of the Job: good listening and mental health
Monday, 5th January 2016

"To the extent that a mediator’s job involves listening to people complain and engage in negative behaviour, mediators face a serious mental health hazard.

In-house counsel census reveals global trends

Thursday, 13th November 2015

&quot;This year&rsquo;s ACC Global Census Report highlights complying with privacy, cyber-security and corruption laws as the biggest challenges for in-house lawyers, while also noting a significant rise in female respondents.<p style="box-sizi...

Dispute Resolution After the TPP Trade Agreement
Wednesday, 22nd October 2015

&quot;The recently concluded Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade agreement stands to open vast new markets to foreign investors. Now&nbsp;legislators in each of the 12 participating countries&mdash;collectively representing 40 percent of the...

Litigation 2015: Roundtable
Wednesday, 22nd October 2015

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Better Pay Attention As ICANN Opens Up Comment Period For Changes To UDRP & URS
Tuesday, 14th October 2015

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OECD: countries commit to minimum standards on international tax dispute resolution
Tuesday, 7th October 2015

<p style="margin: 0px; padding: 0px 0px 1em; box-sizing: border-box; font-size: 1.5em; color: #1e2326; line-height: 1.5em; font-family: Georgia">&quot;Countries should commit to minimum standards on the resolution of international tax disputes, ...

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