Arbitration agreements frequently impose preconditions to arbitration, requiring parties to engage in a combination of mediation, conciliation, good...
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Arbitration agreements frequently impose preconditions to arbitration, requiring parties to engage in a combination of mediation, conciliation, good faith negotiations and/or other mechanisms first.
Consideration of the evolution of the UAE enforcement regime, focusing in particular on enforcing international arbitral awards in the region.
The ability to enforce an arbitration award is key - we explore your options and key pitfalls.
An up to date guide to the anti-bribery and corruption policy in United Arab Emirates.
With international arbitration expanding in the Middle East this article explores the establishment of a new common-law jurisdiction in Abu Dhabi which aims to tap into this growing market.
Parnika Chaturvedi provides an update on India’s recently-ratified model bilateral investment treaty and assesses its strengths and weaknesses.
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KWM was awarded the honour at the Mergermarket Middle East Awards 2017. The awards recognise excellence in M&A advisory in the region.
King & Wood Mallesons secured a major victory for a high profile Kuwaiti developer, owned by Kuwaiti Royals, in a USD 100 million construction arbitration case seated in Doha, Qatar.
KWM represented the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic to successfully overturn the US$16.5 million UNCITRAL award
KWM scores a major victory for Ukraine in a US $270 million investment arbitration case relating to oil and gas taxation.
KWM is pleased to confirm that it has established a new business to maintain a strategic presence in the UK, Europe & the Middle East.
KWM assists in landmark judicial tie-up between China and UAE
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We explore the impact of China's Belt and Road initiative on international arbitration.
The sixth edition of Crossing Borders, our review of developments in international arbitration, focuses on the enforcement of arbitration awards.
King & Wood Mallesons, together with ASIFMA and J.P. Morgan, has jointly prepared a report on “Access Programmes and Reforms in the Cross-Border RMB Market”.
In this unique report, KWM addresses some of the most complex issues facing foreign investors in China.
This publication explores the key developments and trends currently playing out in the Middle East and how successful dealmakers are responding.
The internationalisation of China’s currency and its path to full convertibility are having a profound impact on the world’s financial markets.