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Featured Analysis

Brazil Joins the International Arbitration Trend

Even when parties in international negotiations agree on using a

The New EU-China Investment Agreement: Implications for German companies doing

The EU may have frozen its ratification of its Comprehensive

Protecting trade secrets in manufacturing agreements with Chinese suppliers

Lorenzo Biamonti explains what China's revised Anti-unfair Competition Law means

Arbitrator Bias: Have Halliburton and Sun Yang taught us what’s

Bernando Cartoni addresses the topic of arbitrator’s bias by considering

Featured Opinion

Generalising about Cultures in Legal Negotiations is a Huge Risk

When we approach a negotiation, we bring with us our culture (or

Never Underestimate Empathy in Negotiations: Finding a transnational ethical standard

Attorneys play a key role to obtain the best possible result from

The Vaccine Rush Versus the Rule of Law

What is needed for patent waivers or “compulsory licensing” to be implemented

Bitcoin Bid: Are China and NATO countries diverging on cryptocurrencies?

The US, Turkey and China have stepped in to address cryptocurrencies in