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We are pleased to announce that the latest edition of the Baker McKenzie International Arbitration Yearbook is now available. This 15th edition looks at key developments in arbitration from the last year in 46 jurisdictions, including: New arbitral rules from major institutions such as including ACICA, AFSA, AIAC, ICSID, JAMS, JCAA, SWISS, and UNCITRAL.The increasing use of artificial intelligence and technology in arbitration, such as electronic filing and case management platforms, as well as virtual/hybrid…

A. LEGISLATION AND RULES A.1 Legislation International arbitration in Russia continues to be governed by the Law on International Commercial Arbitration.[1] Certain issues in relation to international commercial arbitration such as requirements for arbitral institutions administering disputes in Russia, and resolving corporate disputes, are governed by the Federal Law on Arbitration in Russia (“Domestic Arbitration Law.”)[2] A.2 Institutions, rules and infrastructure As of February 2022, there are the following licensed[3] Russian arbitral institutions:[4] the ICAC[5]…

A. LEGISLATION AND RULES A.1         No Legislative Amendments to the IAA and AA in Singapore International arbitration continues to be governed by the International Arbitration Act (IAA), the Arbitration Act (AA) and the Arbitration (International Investment Disputes) Act, to which there have been no legislative amendments in the past year. A.2         Institutions, rules and infrastructure The main arbitral institution in Singapore is SIAC, which is ranked second among the world’s top five arbitral institutions and…

A. LEGISLATION AND RULES A.1       Legislation International arbitration in Thailand continues to be governed by the Arbitration Act B.E. 2545 (2002), with its latest legislative amendment made in 2019. A.2       Institutions, rules and infrastructure In 2021, the Thai Arbitration Institute (TAI), one of the main arbitration institutions in Thailand, issued the TAI Arbitration Rules (No.4) B.E. 2564 (2021) as an amendment to its original rules, TAI Rules B.E. 2560 (2017). TAI Rules (No. 4) 2021…