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Artificial Intelligence has officially arrived on the laptops and iPads of arbitration practitioners. Artificial Intelligences promises to make arbitrations significantly more efficient – lawyers might feel tempted to use Artificial Intelligence to draft parts of the written submissions and arbitrators might feel tempted to use Artificial Intelligence to draft parts of the awards. However, there

In recent years, the Hong Kong courts repeatedly considered the approach the court should adopt in proceedings where a creditor petitions to wind up a debtor and the parties have agreed to refer disputes over or related to the petition debt to arbitration. Should the court stay or dismiss the petition pending arbitration of the

Baker McKenzie has launched the Arbitration Bill Progress Tracker, hosted on Global Arbitration News. The Tracker provides an overview of the Arbitration Bill, a guide to the key proposed changes and implications if the Bill is passed, and maps out the Bill’s progress, which will be updated regularly.The UK government asked the Law Commission to

Conti 11. Container Schiffarts-GMBH & Co. KG M.S. v. MSC Mediterranean Shipping Co. S.A., 91 F.4th 789 (5th Cir. 2024)[1]

Factual Background

In November 2000, Mediterranean Shipping Company (“MSC”), a Swiss corporation based in Geneva, chartered M/V FLAMINIA, a cargo vessel, from Conti, a German corporation. The charter agreement required all disputes arising thereunder

Capital is a business consulting firm that was founded by Ula Cartwright-Finch, a former lawyer at Linklaters and Herbert Smith Freehills with a PhD in cognitive neuroscience. The report named “The Usual Suspects: Deciphering Decision-Making in Arbitrator Selection” was presented at the ADR in Asia Conference organized by the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC) in