Tag: Third Party Funding in International Arbitration

International Comparative Legal Guide to International Arbitration

ICLG International ArbitrationDonata von Enzberg and I have authored the German chapter in the ICLG International Arbitration 2019. The guide covers common issues in international arbitration laws and regulations – including arbitration agreements, governing legislation, choice of law rules, selection of arbitral tribunal, preliminary relief and interim measures – in 52 jurisdictions,

We still have some hard copies to give away – if you are interested, let me know and we will ship a copy to you, while stocks last. Read More

ICC Institute’s Conference: Third Party Funding in International Arbitration, Paris, November 26, 2012

We have covered litigation funding on several occassions. Third party funding is becoming increasingly relevant not only in litigation – a topic that I will address at the C5 Conference in London on November 29, 2012 – but also in arbitration.

Therefore, the ICC Institute devotes its Annual Meeting 2012 to the issue, in recognition of the fact that, as the ICC put it,  “the solution offered by third-party funding has undoubtedly become a fact of life in the world of arbitration, despite reservations in some quarters.” The conference will consider the various funding techniques specific to international arbitration and look at some of the legal issues raised by such funding and the reactions it may arouse amongst international arbitration practitioners. Details can be found here.