My First Anti-Arbitration Injunction

By Elodie Dulac (Senior Associate, King & Spalding, Singapore)

Anti-arbitration injunctions.  I had read about them.  It looked like a glamorous issue raising interesting legal points.  Their occurrence is not limited to Asia, but quite a number of the most (in)famous episodes of anti-arbitration injunctions originated from the courts of Asian countries.  As I practice in Asia, this had captured my interest.
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Do we need more “expert” arbitrators? And if so, in what?

By Epaminontas E. Triantafilou (Of Counsel, Quinn Emanuel, London)

In his mock-college admission essay that has long become the stuff of legend,  Hugh Gallagher demolished the lofty ideal of the Renaissance-man high school graduate who woos women with his “sensuous and godlike trombone playing”.  (It is impossible to do the essay justice here, if it does not ring any bells it is worth your time).   The broader point to consider is this: time is limited, research in almost every field advances by the day, and true skill or expertise, even in obscure fields , can take a lifetime to build.
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