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Arbitration

Commercial Arbitration and Investor-State Arbitration under the rules of one of the major international arbitration institutions, such as the ICC, LCIA or ICSID and subject to a wide range of laws can be financed in a variety of venues, against respondents whose assets appear to be available to satisfy any award.

Funding arbitration proceedings is one of the key activities of the Calunius Fund. We focus both on commercial, typically contractual disputes between business entities, as well as on investor/state arbitrations in cases of expropriation or other breaches of bilateral investment treaties.

 

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International Arbitration Club Lunch

London, 20 June 2017

Calunius' Mick Smith will be a speaker at the Club Lunch Meeting; he will be addressing "Defining the indefinable - Industry Perspectives on Third Party Funding (TPF) in International Arbitration". There is lots of noise about third party funding in international arbitration circles, and somewhat less fact and knowledge. Mick will demystify TPF and also provide his own perspectives on where the industry is today and where it is heading.

Advanced EU Competition Law conference

London, 16 May 2017

Calunius' Christian Stuerwald discussed a range of topics under the headline 'Private Enforcement: Different Parties, Different Objectives' with fellow practitioners from other stakeholders on the first day of the main conference. Monetization of cartel follow-on claims was a topic of particular interest. Please click on the headline to access the full programme and list of speakers.

N+1 Singer’s Listed Law Conference

London, May 2017

Calunius' Mark Wells spoke at a conference described as 'London’s first ever investor gathering focused on the business of law in a listed context'. It brought together listed law-related companies and examined changing business models and investment opportunities. Click on the headline for a report on the event.

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