Arbitration Law

Keep abreast of developments in arbitration law and practice, build sector-specific expertise fast, and draft complex agreements more efficiently with access to precedents, detailed drafting notes and tools.

Your challenge:

When dealing with arbitration cases across multiple jurisdictions, how do you keep up to date with relevant legal developments in each country? Ensuring the agreements you draft are binding is complex and time-consuming – which makes it harder to stay competitive with other law firms around the world hungry for work.

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LexisNexis® helps you stay up to date with arbitration law and practice across multiple jurisdictions and sectors – as well as with key concepts and principles in international arbitration. Draft more efficiently and accurately with arbitration precedents that include detailed drafting notes, and maintain current awareness with news alerts and analysis.

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What's new in Arbitration Law

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The following features and improvements were added in July 2018 

  • New suite of Practice Notes on challenging and appealing awards, arbitration agreements and evidence under Hong Kong law (x19)
  • New suite of Practice Notes on ARIAS arbitration proceedings, marking the start of our content on insurance-specific arbitration (x6)
  • New Practice Notes on challenging arbitral awards under Chinese, Australian and Austrian law (x3)
  • New Practice Note on the ICC's role as an appointing authority in light of new rules on this subject
  • New tracker for key investment treaty arbitration decisions and awards
  • New Practice Note on starting arbitration claims in the English courts to consolidate previous guidance on this area of law and procedure
  • New Practice Note on drafting statements of case and memorials in international arbitration
  • New Practice Note on investment and investor protection under the Energy Charter Treaty (ECT) to complement content on arbitration under the ECT

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