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International arbitration: the mechanics of persuasion and how decisions are made
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On 29 March 2022, as part of Paris Arbitration Week, Hogan Lovells hosted a conference titled “International arbitration: the mechanics of persuasion and how decisions are made,”...

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Paris Arbitration Week recap: Human Rights, ESG, and Arbitration at a crossroad

As part of Paris Arbitration Week, on 31 March 2022, Hogan Lovells hosted a hybrid in-person lunch and webinar titled “Human Rights, ESG and Arbitration at a Crossroad,” a...

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Amendments to ICSID Rules set to come into effect on July 1, 2022

Learn more about the changes to improve transparency and efficiency in the amended ICSID Rules, which go into effect July 1, 2022.

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An overview of the impact of Mexico's new Electric Power Industry Law on foreign investors operating in the power sector in Mexico Public International Law Alert

On 9 March 2021, the reform to the Mexican Electric Power Industry Law was published in the Official Gazette, and it entered into force on 10 March 2021.

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What you need to know about the revised ICC Rules

Following the recent trend of periodic incremental updates to the arbitral rules of major institutions, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has published the draft text of its...

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How force majeure differs in the U.S., Europe, and China Law360

COVID-19 has had a grave impact on the energy industry, triggering delays and issues in the supply of both labor and materials. This article looks at the impact of the pandemic on supply...

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Hogan Lovells Protocol for the use of technology in virtual international arbitration hearings

Hogan Lovells presents a Protocol for the use of technology in virtual international arbitration hearings as a general guidance on possible best practices in conducting virtual hearings to...

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Supply chain and force majeure disputes in the COVID-19 era

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted supply chains, created delays and disruption, and caused businesses worldwide to consider invoking force majeure.

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2018-2022 French Programming Act for Justice: inching towards virtual justice?

The 2018-2022 French Programming Act for Justice recently adopted specific provisions relating to online arbitration, in an attempt to decongest French Courts facing increasing caseloads....

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