Month: January 2018

Calls for TPF in India

Currently, third party funding (“TPF“) in India is not permitted. However, arbitration costs are on the rise, and some practitioners are beginning to look to TPF as a solution. Advocates Payal Chawla and Aastha Bhardwaj brought this to the forefront in a recent article published in Bar & Bench,  suggesting that “[p]erhaps third party funding is the […]

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Practitioners Debate Third Party Funding Disclosure in New ICSID Rules

The International Centre for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (“ICSID”) is planning to amend its Arbitration Rules and might require third party funding disclosures. Practitioners and funders have weighed in but it remains to be seen how ICSID will incorporate TPF disclosures into the new rules (if at all). In October 2016, the International Centre […]

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