...Plaintiff and Respondent: ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CLINIC at STANFORD LAW SCHOOL, Deborah A. Sivas, Alicia E. Thesing, Leah J. Russin, Tori Ballif, and certified law student...
Asian arbitration is a growth industry. Yet American arbitration lawyers are scarce on the ground in Asia. Of the 10 firms that handled the most large arbitrations in 2009-2010, four have no arbitrat
International arbitration seems set to be a growth practice in Asia. But where are the Americans
Arbitration seems set to be a growth practice in Asia. But where are the Americans
...Zealand, on the partial financing of a $1 billion wind power joint venture with Australia's AGL Energy Ltd. The Macarthur wind farm, in Victoria...
The largest contract arbitrations active in 2009-2010
A listing of contract arbitrations active in 2007-2008 in which at least $500 million was in controversy. Expanded for the Web
There can be no doubt that China is becoming ? if it's not already ? a manufacturing and financial giant and a world player
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