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Inside the Locker Room: Recent Judicial Review of Arbitrator Conduct

David Attisani - Choate Hall & Stewart LLP

Ethan Torrey - Choate Hall & Stewart LLP

David Attisani

Many reinsurance contracts call for disputes to be resolved by a panel of three arbitrators: one selected by each party and a third, the umpire, selected by the two previously chosen members of the panel, or by other means.

Bermuda Overview: The Bermuda Market

Rod Attride-Stirling

Mina Matin - Attride-Stirling & Woloniecki

In the midst of the global financial crisis and a disillusioned business environment, the Bermuda insurance market has remained resilient.

Roundtable: Insurance & Reinsurance

shardul s shroff

Injunctions in English Patent Litigation - A Big Thing or a Small, The Winner Takes it All

Nicola Dagg - Allen & Overy LLP

Nicola Dagg

The stakes can be very high in patent litigation. If I infringe a patent, an injunction is normally granted against me; if the technology is key to the competitiveness of my product, that injunction could cost me my business.

Is There a Better Way to Resolve a Patpent Dispute than in a Court?

Michael O Warnecke - Perkins Coie LLP

Brandy R McMillion - Perkins Coie LLP

Michael Warnecke

With the constant rise of litigation costs, particularly in patent disputes, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is becoming an increasingly attractive alternative to fully litigating patent cases.

Mediation of International Construction Disputes - Has the Time for US-Style Mediation Arrived?

Robert S Peckar - Peckar & Abramson PC

Robert S Peckar

In just twenty years, the use of mediation in domestic construction disputes in the United States has grown from a good idea to a prevalent practice. In that domestic setting, mediation has proved a very reliable way to resolve construction disputes of all types, from the simple to the extremely complex.

The Ascent of the Chinese Contractors

Hew Kian Heong - Pinsent Masons LLP

Hew Kian Heong

Fifty Chinese international contractors made it into the 2010 edition of Engineering News Record’s “Top 225 International Contractors”. Despite the global economic crisis of 2008, Chinese contractors continued their ascent in this sector, increasing total revenue that year for the 10th consecutive year.

Roundtable: Construction

The International Who’s Who of Construction Lawyers has brought together five of the leading practitioners in the world to discuss key issues facing the construction bar today.

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