Arbitration from Dentons is a podcast series with a focus on international arbitration brought to you by the International Arbitration group at Dentons. With more than 40 partners and 120 lawyers, we are an integrated global team, working across offices and regions to best meet your needs. Our team is widely recognized as an elite specialist group globally, trusted by corporations, States and high net worth individuals for their most challenging international arbitrations.
In this podcast series our hosts Amy Kläsener and Rachel Howie and their esteemed guests will offer short, insightful contents you can listen to on-demand, whenever and wherever you like. We will provide you with the tools to help you navigate various opportunities to overcome your business challenges and highlight key consideration for using international arbitration to resolve your international disputes.
Reflections on investor-state disputes
In this episode, your host Rachel Howie interviews Bart Legum, head of Dentons’ investment treaty arbitration practice, on considerations for investors and states in investor-state arbitration.
Disputing and defending arbitral jurisdiction
Join our hosts Rachel Howie and Amy Kläsener as they interview Lawrence Teh, senior partner, Dentons Rodyk, on challenging arbitral jurisdictions. During this episode, we tackle the issues that arise when parties are challenging or defending jurisdictions, addressing how one can look at pursuing or defending challenges as they arise.
International arbitration in the renewable energy industry
International arbitration (IA) continues to be a popular dispute resolution mechanism in the renewables energy industry. During this episode, Rachel Howie and Amy Kläsener interview Dentons Madrid partner Risteard de Paor on current trends and recent developments in arbitration and what lies ahead as we move into this new dynamic.
Virtual Hearings - is this our new dynamic?
Join us for this session as our host Rachel Howie interviews partners Mike Schafler and Alastair Young on developments in virtual hearings. International arbitrations have continued through video-conference over the last several months. Our guests will share their experiences and their lessons learned for in-house counsel as companies continue to shift in this new dynamic.
International arbitration in the oil and gas sector
International arbitration (IA) in the oil and gas industry has become a popular dispute resolution mechanism. During this episode, Amy Kläsener interviews our partners Liz Tout and James Langley on the trends and recent developments in this field and what lies ahead as we move into this new dynamic.
Existing disputes: impacts from COVID and what do you do?
In our previous episode, we looked at how some of the most urgent issues are being handled and petitions for interim relief, whether before emergency arbitrators or the courts.
When COVID-19 hit, parties were faced with government-imposed health and safety measures, travel bans and expert recommendations. Now as we move forward in the New Dynamic, these measures continue to evolve and it appears that we will face restrictions potentially for years to come. In this episode, we take a look at how existing disputes are being impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and how hearings are moving ahead (and in some instances, have come to a standstill). Join our hosts Amy Kläsener and Rachel Howie to hear more.