The European Arbitration Review 2021

The European Arbitration Review 2021

Pages: 98

ISBN: 978-1-83862-250-3

  • £200.00

The European Arbitration Review, across 15 chapters, and 97 pages, is part invaluable retrospective and part primer on the characteristics of different seats, with a little crystal-ball gazing thrown in for good measure. All contributors are vetted for their standing and knowledge before being invited to take part.

Together, they capture and interpret the most substantial recent international arbitration events of the year just gone, with footnotes and statistics. This edition covers Austria, Finland, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden and Ukraine, and has overviews on econometrics; the direction of travel for construction disputes in Europe; and on the use (and non-use) of multiples for valuating things in investment treaty disputes, among other topics.

Published December 2020



  • Connecting Cause and Effect
    Meloria Meschi, David Eastwood and Ravi Kanabar
    FTI Consulting
  • Overview: Construction Arbitration in Europe
    Bruno Hardy and Arnaud Nuyts
    Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick
  • The Use of Relative Valuation Methods in Investment Arbitration
    Alexander Davie
    FTI Consulting

Country chapters

  • Austria
    Christian W Konrad and Philipp A Peters
    Konrad & Partners
  • Finland
    Jussi Lehtinen and Heidi Yildiz
    Dittmar & Indrenius
  • France
    Jean-Georges Betto, Alexandre Reynaud and Laura Canet
    Betto Perben Pradel Filhol
  • Germany: Arbitrational Proceedings and Covid-19
    Daniel Froesch
    Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek PartGmbB
  • Italy
    Emanuela Truffo
    Jacobacci e Associati Law Firm
  • Netherlands
    Bommel van der Bend and Stefan Derksen
    De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek
  • Norway
    Gaute Gjelsten, Aadne M Haga, Ola Ø Nisja and Kaare A Shetelig
    Wikborg Rein
  • Portugal
    Pedro Metello de Nápoles
    PLMJ Law Firm
  • Russia
    Alexander Vaneev, Maxim Kuzmin and Nikita Sinitsin
    BGP Litigation
  • Spanish Constitutional Court Judgment On Public Policy: The Right Decision at the Right Moment
    Fernando Bedoya and Daragh Brehony
  • Sweden
    Fredrik Lundblom and Sebastian Berglind
  • Ukraine
    Oleh Marchenko

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