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Disputes Digest #43 - October 8, 2021

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Disputes Digest Research Note (October 1 to October 8)

Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/40833847/admin/ Check out or new website: TalesOfTheTribunal.com For Feedback, comments or submissions contact [email protected] News:
  1. Changes to the Mexican Constitution, Here.
    1. Class Action Arbitration in California, Here
    2. Manifest Disregard in Hong Kong, Here

 

Opportunities:
  1. ICSID Posting, Here
  2. Sidley Austin, LLP, Here
  3. AIAC Counsel, Here
  4. King & Wood Mallesons, Here
  5. PWC Posting, Here
  6. com

 

Events:
  1. ICC Entrepreneurship Event, Here
  2. ICC Central Asia Initiative, Here
  3. WAU Event, Here

 

Ask the Author: The Yukos saga: Making sense of the English rules on stay of enforcement and security

By: Bianca Vasilache, Allen & Overy

 

None of the views shared today or any episode of Disputes Digest is presented as legal advice nor advice of any kind.  No compensation was provided to any organization or party for their inclusion on the show nor do any of the statements made represent any particular organization, legal position or view point.  All interviewees or organizations included appear on an arms-length basis and their appearance should not be construed as any bias or preferred affiliation with the host or host’s employer.  All rights reserved.

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