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Life sciences globalization fuels new developments in international arbitration

As they expand into new markets, companies are increasingly turning to international arbitration as a way to circumvent foreign court systems and speed up dispute resolution.

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UAE issues new arbitration law

The United Arab Emirates (the UAE) issued a new arbitration law, Federal Arbitration Law No. 6 of 2018 (the “Arbitration Law”), thus repealing the provisions of the Arbitration...

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How a constitutional amendment is transforming litigation in Mexico

In 2017, Mexico’s congress approved a key amendment to its Federal Commercial Code. The amendment is now driving dramatic changes to the country’s trial process. One of those...

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Investment outlook 2018: Transaction and deal trends in the GCC

Gulf economies and markets have transformed in many ways in response to three years of low oil prices, new regional leadership and a global world order in flux. The tougher fiscal...

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The future of arbitration: New technologies are making a big impact — and AI robots may take on “human” roles

Will new technologies influence the way cases are arbitrated? That was the topic of a debate that included members of the ICC International Court of Arbitration and Hogan Lovells partners...

Published Works

International Law Quarterly

Rafael Ribeiro, Javier Peral, and Loly Sosa co-edited the winter 2018 edition of International Law Quarterly.

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Compendium of Middle East international arbitration developments in 2017

The last 12 months have seen a number of important developments in the field of international arbitration in the Middle East. We have been keeping a careful eye on those developments and...

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Newly published judicial interpretations on arbitration in China

On 29 December 2017, the Supreme People's Court of China (SPC) published two judicial interpretations (Interpretations) which came into force on 1 January 2018. Both Interpretations sought...

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