05 Jul 2019

The road less travelled? The decision whether to submit to ad hoc or institutional arbitration

In this article Gordon Menzies explores the practical differences between ad hoc and institutional arbitration and the factors which a party will want to be alive to when making the decision as to which approach to adopt. Please click here to view the full article.

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05 Jul 2019

Frances Lawson to speak at International Chamber of Commerce Conference on arbitration and climate change

Frances Lawson has been invited to speak to arbitration practitioners under 40 years of age on the emerging nexus between arbitration and climate change. The ICC Young Arbitrators Forum Conference will be held at ICC headquarters in Paris on Wednesday 10th July and is entitled "Regionalism and

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24 May 2019

Bar Council Senior Lawyers Training Scheme for Chinese lawyers

Six Pump Court is pleased to have been selected to deliver a seminar for a group of Senior Chinese lawyers as part of the inaugural Bar Council Senior Lawyers Training Scheme. The SLTS is an intensive week-long programme aimed at more senior lawyers, at Partner or Senior Associate level and this

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08 May 2019

Six Pump Court is pleased to welcome Anthony Connerty to Chambers

Six Pump Count is pleased to announce that Anthony Connerty has joined Chambers. Anthony specialises in the field of commercial dispute resolution. He is a Chartered Arbitrator and Certified and Accredited Mediator. He has been appointed as Counsel, Arbitrator and Mediator in international

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11 Mar 2019

Andrew Moran QC joins Six Pump Court

Chambers is pleased to welcome as an associate tenant Andrew Moran QC, a full-time international commercial arbitrator based primarily in Singapore, who will complement and enhance our growing interest in various forms of international dispute resolution. You can view Andrew Moran QC's

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21 Dec 2018

Robert Griffiths QC appointed as adviser on Commonwealth Investment and Dispute Resolution by the Commonwealth Secretariat

Robert Griffiths QC has been appointed as high level adviser on Commonwealth Investment and Dispute Resolution to the Commonwealth Office of Civil and Criminal Justice Reform. The Commonwealth Office of Civil and Criminal Justice Reform acts as the primary focal point of all legal work

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02 Nov 2018

Six Pump Court ranked Band 1 Set and barristers ranked in twelve practice areas in 2019 Chambers UK Bar Guide

Six Pump Court Chambers is delighted to be ranked as a Band 1 Set with Set rankings in Crime, Consumer Law Environment, Health & Safety and Planning in the new 2019 Chambers UK Bar Guide. Barristers at Six Pump Court received 40 individual rankings across twelve practice areas. In this new

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22 Jun 2018

Water arbitration case

Charles Morgan is currently instructed in a commercial arbitration in which a trader whose business was affected by sewerage infrastructure works seeks statutory compensation under the Water Industry Act 1991 from the undertaker. The matter has been referred to a Circuit Judge sitting as an

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06 Mar 2018

Frances Lawson appointed to join ICC Taskforce

Frances Lawson has been invited to join the International Chamber of Commerce’s Task Force on the Arbitration of Climate Change Related Disputes. This Task Force aims to explore how ICC arbitration and other dispute resolution services can be used to resolve climate change and associated energy

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