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Matthew Knowles has joined Stewarts Law as a partner within international arbitration. He will also fulfil a risk and business development role across the commercial disputes group.
We are delighted to appear in the Sunday Times 100 Best Companies to Work For. Just 10 law firms across the country made the cut, we feature at 58th overall on the list, the 6th legal firm, and one of only 2 with a Leeds presence.
Ian Gatt QC has today joined the commercial disputes group at Stewarts Law as a partner.
This year will be a significant one for international arbitration, in this article we cover: Upcoming legislative changes; New institutional rules; Brexit; Third Party Funding; Due process paranoia; and Trump impact.
The second International Arbitration Summit, hosted by Legal Business and co-sponsored by Stewarts Law, brought together lawyers, arbitrators, clients and financial experts from across the world.
Philippa Charles attended a roundtable to discuss the role of solicitor-advocates, and the changes that need to be made to ensure a level playing field with the bar.
The English courts have confirmed that arbitral Tribunals have the discretion to award recovery of third party litigation funding.
In Part 2 of the series Al Trent, Senior Associate in International Arbitration, takes a look at 'Procedural Impropriety and Loss of the Right to Object' in Applications to Remove Arbitrators under English Law
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