Arbitration World - September 20, 2012


In this Issue:

- Indian Arbitration: Recent Trends

- News from around the World

- World Investment Treaty Arbitration Update

- International Arbitration in Chile—2004 and Beyond

- Thailand Loses U.S. Appeal of Confirmation of UNCITRAL Award and Challenge to Arbitrability

- Important UK Privy Council Decision on Enforcement Against State-Owned Entities

- Saudi Arabia Introduces a New Arbitration Law

- The Democratic Republic of the Congo Joins OHADA and its Arbitration Mechanisms

- Developments at CIETAC – The New Arbitration Rules 2012 and the Rift with the Shanghai and Shenzhen Sub-Commissions

- The Revised 2012 Swiss Rules

- 'Asymmetric' Dispute Resolution Clauses: A Recent Russian Decision

- New York Courts Offer Further Support for Parties to International Arbitrations

- New Arbitration Rules in Poland: Lewiatan Court of Arbitration

- Pioneering Deep Sea Mining Project Heads to Arbitration Signalling a New Type of Extractive Sector Dispute

- What’s Done is Done – Or is it? Res Judicata in Domestic and International Arbitrations in the context of Insurance Coverage Disputes

- Investment Treaty Arbitration in Africa: Summary Overview

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