EDITION 39

EDITION 39

OCTOBER 2020
  • Virtual Hearings: An ethical loophole?, by Fernanda Cominato Nemr
  • Third-party document production in Brazil. Going beyond the four corners of the arbitral proceedings, by Pietro Benedetti Teixeira Webber
  • Finding consent in class arbitration, by Riccardo Giuliano Figueira Torre and Marcela Melichar Suassuna
  • Dispute Board and application of the emergency arbitrator provisions under the ICC Rules, by Alvaro Cuba Horna
  • Comments on the role of cognitive bias in arbitration, by Isabela Albini Maté and Vitoria Suman Campos
  • Independence and impartiality of experts and the role of arbitral institutions: a Brazilian and an International view, by Cristina M. Wagner Mastrobuono
  • Res Investors against Ukraine: Unprecedented agreement to avoid future claims? by Krystyna Khripkova and Mykola Krys
  • India’s Protectionist Approach Towards Bilateral Investment Treaties: Providential Move for the Post-COVID Order?, by Rajarshi Singh and Anamika Singh
  • Arbitrator’s duty to declare laws unconstitutional: some initial thoughts regarding Brazilian law, by Gustavo Favero Vaughn
  • Arbitration in Slovakia – The Ongoing Drama, by Pavol Kuspan

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