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13 February 2019
First Telco Green Bonds Set Path for Connectivity Industry
Sustainability frameworks mark first activity from the telco sector, building off research on the industry’s effects on greenhouse gas emissions.
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Displaying Thought Leadership item(s) about International Arbitration
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  • 27 November 2018
     
    conference table pad of paper London lawyers analyze the future direction of arbitration.
     
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  • 26 November 2018
     
    stacks of papers Third parties often possess valuable information crucial in a dispute. New York litigators explain in the New York Law Journal three key questions parties and practitioners pursuing third-party discovery must consider.
     
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  • November 14, 2018
     
    Globe Sphere As arbitration becomes a more popular form of dispute resolution, issues with contracts may arise if local laws are not taken into consideration. Latham litigators shared their insights with Law360.
     
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  • 07 September 2018
     
    Clocks It is well-established that arbitrators possess powers to preserve the integrity of the arbitral process. However, it is often considered that arbitrators’ sanctioning powers are too limited to ensure that parties and counsel conduct proceedings in an efficient manner.
     
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  • 29 June 2018
     
    Board Room Urban Skyline Latham lawyers Philip Clifford QC, Hanna Roos, and Eleanor Scogings analyze two decades of arbitrator challenges in an article published in New Law Journal.
     
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  • 31 May 2018
     
    Legal books The decision confirms that UNCITRAL Rules do not impose a higher procedural fairness burden than the Arbitration Act and that the foreign act of state doctrine applies in arbitrations.
     
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