[This guest post is authored by Chaitanya M. Hegde, a 2nd-year student at Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), Gandhinagar. His key interest lies in ADR, constitutional law, and business law.] [We would also like to thank our guest editor, Ms Nikita Panse, for reviewing the post and providing her insights. Ms Panse is an Advocate … Continue reading ICSID and UNCITRAL’s Draft Code of Conduct for Adjudicators: A Ray of Hope to Deal with Double
University of Alberta Faculty of Law Assistant Professor Tamar Meshel has published “GE Energy v. Outokumpu: Non-signatories Can Now Enforce International Commercial Arbitration Agreements on Equitable Estoppel Grounds,” Harvard Business Law Review Online, Forthcoming.  In her scholarly work, Professor Meshel discusses a recent United States Supreme Court decision regarding whether a non-signatory is entitled to enforce an international commercial arbitration agreement can based on the doctrine of equitable estoppel. Here is the abstract: This essay comments on…
Thank you to Mediate.com for this great compilation of online mediating resources! Training: Pouring a Little Psychological Water on Online Dispute Resolution, by Jean Sternlight Online Dispute Resolution: Stinky, Repugnant, or Drab, by Robert Condlin What Dinosaurs Can Teach Lawyers about How to Avoid Extinction in the ADR Evolution, by Elayne E. Greenberg and Noam Ebner Getting Started: Practice Set-up, article by David Smith Practical Set-up with Zoom, article…
The National Center for State Courts (“NCSC”) recently assisted in conducting yet another useful webinar for Texas attorneys titled, “Jury Service & Accessing Court Services Remotely in a (Post) Pandemic Texas: Results from a New Texas Public Opinion Poll & Bar Survey.” The NCSC partnered with the Texas Office of Court Administration to survey both potential jurors and attorneys across Texas.  A webinar summary states: Join us for results and analysis of a new Texas…
[This guest post is authored by Aditya Singh Chauhan. Aditya is currently studying law at the National Law University, Jodhpur. Aditya is also the executive editor at the Indian Journal of Arbitration Law (IJAL). He can be reached at c.adityasingh@outlook.com] Judicial Ambiguity in Enforcement of Investment Awards in India The Convention on the Settlement of … Continue reading Judicial Ambiguity in Enforcement of Investment Awards in India
The Supreme Court of the United States has once again agreed to resolve a circuit split regarding whether it is up to a court or an arbitrator to decide questions related to arbitrability in the ongoing saga of Henry Schein, Inc. v. Archer and White Sales, Inc.  Last year, the nation’s highest court delivered a unanimous opinion in Henry Schein, Inc. v. Archer and White Sales, Inc., No. 17-1272 (January 8, 2019) stating a court…