How Are International Sanctions Impacting Russian Arbitration?

Ever since the introduction and then expansion of international sanctions on Russia (in particular by the US and the EU), arbitration practitioners have questioned whether this will prompt a change in the party selection of international arbitration in Russia-related commercial agreements. Specifically, whether historically popular arbitral venues outside Russia (London, Stockholm and others in Europe) will see a decline in […]

Irish Supreme Court rejects litigation funding

Ireland remains closed to litigation funding, following a majority ruling by the Supreme Court that Harbour Litigation Funding could not fund the long-running Persona litigation against the government, a former minister and a businessman. The Supreme Court of Ireland has dismissed the appeal in Persona Digital Telephony v Minister for Public Enterprise, upholding the Irish ban on third-party litigation funding. […]