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Discussing the latest developments in arbitration with top scholars and practitioners from around the world, hosted by Professor Amy J. Schmitz. You can learn more, and view the first 100 video episodes, at https://arbitrate.com/the-arbitration-conversation/
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The Arbitration Station

Saadia Bhatty, Joel Dahlquist and Brian Kotick

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The Arbitration Station is a podcast about international arbitration. It covers both investment and commercial arbitration and contains both serious substance and gossipy gibberish. Hosts Brian Kotick, Saadia Bhatty and Joel Dahlquist.
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In this episode, Amy interviews Douglas F. Harrison. Mr. Harrison has acted as a presiding arbitrator, co-arbitrator and sole arbitrator in numerous ad hoc arbitrations and in arbitrations under the ICDR Canada, ICDR International, Stockholm Chamber of Commerce, and National Automobile Dealer Arbitration Program Rules. He brings to his arbitration …
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In this episode, Amy interviews Joan Johnsen. Prof. Johnsen specializes in Alternative Dispute Resolution related skills including negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. Professor Johnsen also coaches the International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition Team, is the co-faculty advisor to the ADR Teams, and is the Director of the Instit…
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In this festive special episode, Brian and Joel welcome a notable guest, Hon. Charles N. Brower, to their book club gathering [TIME 05:12]. The episode centers around Judge Brower’s memoir, "Judging Iran: A Memoir of the Hague, the White House, and Life on the Front Line of International Justice." The hosts engage in a deep dive into the Judge's ri…
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Saadia is back! To welcome her back, Brian discusses the relatively recent UK Supreme Court judgement that has caused a shake-up for third-party funders [TIME 02:52]. But are the consequences as far reaching as originally expected? For HFT, Brian and Saadia discuss the "who, what, when and why" for requesting extensions in arbitration [TIME 20:26].…
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We are happy to welcome Joel back into your ears - albeit briefly - for another great episode. Brian interviews Mark Tushingham from Twenty Essex about two simultaneous decisions handed down by the UK Supreme Court and Privy Council grappling with the interpretation of Section 9 of the Arbitration Act [TIME 04:40]. For HFT, we welcome back Jon Pass…
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In this episode, Amy interviews Tamar Meshel. Prof. Meshel is an Associate Professor and CN Professor of International Trade. She holds a J.D. degree from the University of British Columbia, and a B.A. (Hons), LL.M., and SJD degrees from the University of Toronto. Tamar practiced international commercial arbitration in a law firm in Vancouver, as D…
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In this episode, Brian and Jan delve into the nuances of early dismissal applications in international arbitration. They discuss the ethical and strategic considerations that emerge from such applications [TIME 03:05]. During the Happy Fun Time segment, Brian offers his insights on conditional fee arrangements and explores other innovative fee arra…
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Brian and Jan are back for another entertaining episode. Brian first interviews Duncan Pickard about recent challenges concerning the representation of Member States at the United Nations [TIME 04:13]. Brian and Jan then react to the contribution from our listenership as they complete the sentence: “You know you work in arbitration when…” [TIME 36:…
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In this packed episode, Brian dives into a thought-provoking discussion with Tim Robbins, exploring the intricacies of efficiency in arbitration [TIME 05:49]. We’re also joined by Simon Camilleri, who brings us keen insights into the Law Commission’s final report on the reform of the English Arbitration Act 1996 [TIME 36:58]. And stick around for o…
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Groove back into gear, Arbitration Nation, because we are rolling back after our sunny summer siesta! First up, Brian speaks to Andrew Fulton KC and Manuel Casas, as they dive deep into a tale of politics intertwining with international law, the Maduro Saga [TIME 05:22]. For Happy Fun Time, Brian and Jan will be discussing the latest shifts in the …
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In this episode, Amy interviews Peter Vogel, a Lawyer, Special Neutral, Mediator, and Arbitrator specializing in Information Technology (IT) and Internet Service disputes. After receiving his Masters in Computer Science and gaining experience as a programmer, Peter has been involved with the IT industry for several decades. For more than 30 years P…
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We hope everyone is enjoying their summer holiday (if you're fortunate enough to have one)! As you relax, we have another great episode for you. First, Brian treats us to a review of the partial annulment of the Khudyan v. Armenia award concerning issues of dual nationality [TIME 6:35]. For HFT, we invite back Jonathan Passaro for another great int…
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In this episode, Amy interviews Harrie Samaras, an experienced, domestic and international full-time neutral. She has arbitrated and mediated hundreds of complex matters over the past 20 years with a focus on commercial transactions, intellectual property, technology, and business issues across a broad range of industries and technologies. Ms. Sama…
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In Episode 5, Saadia introduces a news-worthy update about the multi-jurisdictional saga regarding the recognition and enforcement of a USD 15 billion arbitration award issued between the heirs of the Sultan of Sulu and Malaysia [TIME 06:16]. Then, for HFT, Brian recounts the trials and tribulations of file sharing and how institutions are adapting…
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With a full suite of co-hosts, we tackle a question that has bothered us all: why do people confuse arbitration with arbitrage [TIME 34:12]? But before that, we engage in another Arbitration Book Club discussion, this time based on our reading of Mikaël Schinazi’s book The Three Ages of International Commercial Arbitration [TIME 03:31]. For those w…
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