The 12th edition of the Baker McKenzie International Arbitration Yearbook is now available. This new edition focuses in particular on diversity in international arbitration and considers the historical position, the present landscape and what the future might hold for this important topic.

The yearbook reviews important developments in arbitration over the past year across 45 jurisdictions (including the UAE and Saudi Arabia), notably:

  • changes to the settlement of investor-State disputes;
  • the ongoing uncertainty around the future of intra-EU BITs following the European Court of Justice’s decision in Achmea;
  • the continued push for procedural efficiency; and
  • revised national laws relating to the funding of arbitration.

To download the yearbook, please click here.

 

Author

Dr. Habib Al Mulla is the Executive Chairman of Baker McKenzie Habib Al Mulla and the Head of the Dispute Resolution practice in the UAE. He is one of the UAE’s most highly respected legal authorities with over 34 years’ experience in UAE law and has drafted many of the modern legislative structures in place in Dubai today. Dr. Habib focuses his practice on litigation and arbitration. He is Chairman of the CIArb (Chartered Institute of Arbitrators) UAE Committee and most recently served as Chairman of the board of trustees for the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC).

Author

Andrew Mackenzie is the UAE Head of the International Arbitration and Construction practices of Baker McKenzie Habib Al Mulla, based in Dubai. He specialises in international arbitration law, with a particular focus on construction, energy, technology and financial institution disputes. Andrew has been based in the UAE for over 10 years and also has full rights of audience in the DIFC courts. He has advised on complex commercial disputes under a variety of civil and common law systems from across MENA and Africa, tried cases in all of the major arbitration forums (both treaty-based and commercial) and also sits as an arbitrator.

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