Litigation/dispute resolution


JAMS in NY and LA

Not traffic jams for a change, but new international arbitration centers which have officially opened in Los Angeles and New York.


LIDW19 ends on a high

As London International Disputes Week draws to a close, a commercial courts report highlights London's record year, while organizers are optimistic the inaugural LIDW will be back next year.


London to get new disputes hearing centre

As London International Disputes Week (LIDW19) kicks off, Delos arrives in London with a new hearing centre and the relocation of its president, while the Scotland highlights benefits and next year's ICCA in Edinburgh.


HSF does a high five in Spain

Herbert Smith Freehills expands disputes offering in Spain bringing in five-strong arbitration and litigation team from five-year old local practice.


Make that call say Googlers

Google employees have organized a phone drive today to get Congress to legally end employers' forced arbitration practices.


Employer may not have cake and eat it

$20 million gender discrimination and retaliation suit filed on behalf of the former female general counsel after she was made to serve cake to juniors.