September 08, 2021
Cadwalader disputes partner Melis Acuner, special counsel Simon Walsh and associate Emma Farrow have co-authored two chapters in the recently released International Arbitration 2021: A Practical Cross-Border Insight Into International Arbitration Work, published by International Comparative Legal Guides (ICLG). The 18th edition represents a “valuable, authoritative source of reference material for lawyers, industry and private practice seeking information regarding the procedural laws and practice of international arbitration, provided by experienced practitioners from around the world.”
Acuner, Walsh and Farrow contributed an “Expert Analysis” chapter titled, “Consequences of ‘Brexit’ on International Dispute Resolution,” which is available here and covers the following topics:
They also contributed the jurisdictional chapter about “England & Wales,” which is available here and addresses:
“There are many moving parts today with regard to Brexit’s impact on international arbitration,” Acuner said. “We regularly receive questions on the implications of current developments, so these chapters should provide a very helpful overview of the current state of affairs and what we are anticipating down the road.”
Cadwalader’s London-based international arbitration team has extensive experience in arbitration, litigation, antitrust, risk management and regulatory investigation. Team members work closely with clients to understand their businesses, identify potential areas of exposure, create strategies to manage risk, and, when appropriate, resolve disputes before they become litigious. The team has a depth of experience acting for clients in the UK, Europe, the Middle East and further afield, and work effectively with their U.S. counterparts to provide a closely coordinated transatlantic offering.