Posts by Sophia Burton

  • Cranes on the horizon:┬áconstruction arbitration abroad

    This post is the latest in a series covering issues that frequently arise in international arbitration, each with a specific regional focus. It addresses issues in Brazil, where the use of dispute boards is common as part of a tiered dispute resolution mechanism.

  • Disputes across the horizon: arbitration in Egypt

    This post is the third part of a series covering issues that frequently arise in international arbitration, each with a specific regional focus. This post addresses the enforcement of arbitral awards, and the potential liability of arbitrators and experts practising in the region. We also consider the impact of COVID-19 on these two topics.

  • Disputes across the horizon: arbitration in Qatar

    This post is the second part of a series covering issues that frequently arise in international arbitration, each with a specific regional focus. This article examine two categories of issues that frequently arise in construction arbitrations related to Qatar: The enforcement of arbitral awards. The potential liability of arbitrators and experts practising in the region.