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Leigh Crestohl examines Russian oil giant Tatneft’s $334.1 million claim and the hazards of short limitation periods in Fraud Intelligence
26 Mar 2021

This article was originally published in Fraud Intelligence and can be accessed here

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Leigh Crestohl discusses London's opportunity as a leading global arbitration centre post-Brexit in Kluwer Arbitration Blog
22 Mar 2021

This article was originally published in Kluwer Arbitration Blog and can be accessed here

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Leigh Crestohl examines how London could become Europe's arbitration hub post-Brexit in Law360
17 Mar 2021

This article was originally published in Law360 and can be accessed here

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Kartik Mittal and Stephanie Limaco examine the UK's sanctions regime post-Brexit in Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence
11 Mar 2021

This article was originally published in Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence and can be accessed here


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Leigh Crestohl comments on the implications for dispute resolution after the EU-UK transition ends for the International Bar Association
05 Mar 2021

Brexit: implications for dispute resolution after EU-UK transition ends

Despite the EU and UK’s eleventh-hour deal on trade in December 2020, no direct agreement was reached to replace the Brussels Regulation (recast) regime. This regulation…
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Kartik Mittal discusses Brexit and the exercise of soft power by the UK through sanctions in The Law Society Gazette
05 Mar 2021

This article was originally published in The Law Society Gazette and can be accessed here.

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Rohit Ralleigh comments on Gazprom and Overgas reaching a final settlement in Global Arbitration Review and World Pipelines
03 Feb 2021

Read the full articles in Global Arbitration Review here and World Pipelines here,…
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Zaiwalla & Co featured in the Dubai press this week in relation to its success in overturning a controversial judgment in the Venezuelan gold case
20 Jan 2021

Zaiwalla & Co made headlines this week in the Dubai press in relation to a successful result in the Court of Appeal for its client, Central Bank of Venezuela, for the return of gold valued at $1.8bn. In a Judgment handed down on 05 October 2020, the English Court of Appeal granted the appeal to…
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Leigh Crestohl discusses Brexit and a new era for commercial arbitration in The Times
07 Jan 2021

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Stephanie Limaco discusses unfair terms in consumer contracts and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic
21 Dec 2020

Stephanie Limaco, Foreign Lawyer, Zaiwalla & Co.

Unfair terms in consumer contracts: the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic


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