Gregory K. Bell, Andrew Tepperman, and Justin Ho contributed a chapter to Global Arbitration Review’s The Guide to Damages in International Arbitration. Their chapter, entitled “Damages in Life Sciences Arbitrations,” covers disputes in the life sciences sector, with a focus on the biopharmaceutical industry. The authors outline some of the main types of disputes that are heard in life sciences arbitrations and discuss some of the life sciences-specific aspects of common analyses that are used to determine damages in these types of disputes.
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Interference with your mining contract: How can you protect your rights?
In an article published in The Northern Miner, Tiago Duarte-Silva and Volterra Fietta’s Ahmed Abdel-Hakam discuss the legal concept of tortious interference...