I was recently admitted as arbitrator in the list of international arbitrators of the International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR). The International Centre for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) is the international division of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and the world’s leading provider of dispute resolution services to businesses in matters involving cross-border transactions.
MY ARBITRATION PHILOSOPHY | STATEMENT 1. It is not acceptable for an arbitrator to delegate work to a junior lawyer who is not a member of the tribunal. 2. When the complexity of the case so justifies, it is acceptable for a tribunal to appoint a secretary to assist it with the administrative tasks relating […]
Arbitrating Disputes in Third-Party Funding: A Parallel With Arbitration in the Financing Sector The topic of Third-Party Funding in international arbitration has been almost exhaustedly debated. However, little — if any — relevance has been given to the use of dispute resolution mechanisms in the context of litigation financing. It can be said that […]
International Arbitration & Portugal Internationally Oriented Community International arbitration in Portugal has taken off in recent years, and as previous posts have discussed, there are a wide variety of compelling reasons why this has been the case. Past posts have touched upon some aspects of how Portugal is internationally oriented in […]
International Arbitration & Portugal Supportive State Courts In addition to the several previously mentioned advantages in regards to selecting Portugal as an all-encompassing jurisdiction for the resolution of international arbitration disputes, it is worthwhile mentioning the adaptive and supportive Portuguese state courts. As touched upon in previous posts, Portugal shares historic and legal roots with […]