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Phillip Landolt published an article titled “The application of public interest norms in international commercial arbitration” in the leading international arbitration publication Arbitration International.  This article seeks to situate the application of public interest norms by arbitrators within private international law principles appropriate to the arbitral context. It may be accessed by clicking here.

On 3 October 2023 Phillip Landolt’s article “Controlling Costs in International Arbitration” (Copyright 2023 Bloomberg Industry Group, Inc. (800-372-1033) Reproduced with permission) was published on Bloomberg Law.  The article distinguishes between the period before the arbitration agreement and the period after, in identifying opportunities for parties to control and reduce their costs in international arbitration.  To consult the article click here.

On 17 March 2023, Phillip Landolt became a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.  A copy of Phillip’s Fellowship Certificate is found here.

To the Jusletter of 15 November 2021 Phillip Landolt contributed an article titled “The decision of the United Kingdom Supreme Court in Halliburton v. Chubb: Perspectives for Swiss International Arbitration Law”.

It may be viewed at this link.

Phillip Landolt contributed the article on Switzerland to the Cambridge Handbook of Judicial Control of Arbitration Awards.  The article may be viewed by clicking here.

On 22 to 24 May 2019 the  3rd EPC Project & Contract Management for Energy Sector 2019 was held in Amsterdam.  The programme is attached here. Phillip Landolt spoke on experts in international arbitration.  His presentation is attached here.

Phillip Landolt presented a country report on arbitration in Switzerland at the annual Lyon Catholic University conference on 25 – 26 April 2019.  A copy of the conference programme may be viewed here.

Phillip Landolt moderated a panel on access to arbitration at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrator’s annual conference in Prague on 25 and 26 April 2019.  A copy of the programme is found here.

Phillip Landolt spoke on corruption, EPC contracts and international arbitration at the 2nd annual EPC project and contract management for energy sector conference held in Amsterdam from 23 to 25 May 2018.  The conference programme (Phillip Landolt substituted for BWSC’s Jacob Joergensen) may be viewed here.  Speaker profiles may be viewed here.

At the annual general meeting of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators European Branch held on Saturday 28 April 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal Laurence Burger was appointed as Vice Chair and Phillip Landolt was appointed as Treasurer of the Branch each for a three-year term.

Landolt & Koch were proud sponsors of the 2nd ICC European Conference held in Paris on 9 April 2018.  Laurence Burger chaired a panel addressing the topic “Tomorrowland: AI, smart contracts, Blockchain and the end of arbitration as we know it?”.  The conference programme is found here:

A commentary on the WIPO Arbitration Rules co-authored by Phillip Landolt and Alessandro Garcia has been published on the WIPO Arbitration Center website.  It may be consulted by clicking on the following link:  Commentary on the WIPO Arbitration Rules.

Phillip Landolt and Laurence Burger will speak at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators conference in Rome on 28 April 2017 “ADR in the midst of Br(Exits)”.  Phillip will be speaking on political developments and changes to the dispute settlement regime under NAFTA.  Laurence will be making opening and closing speeches. See the conference programme here.

On 17 March 2017 Laurence Burger will speak on provisional measures in arbitration at the UNCITRAL international arbitration conference “International Arbitration:  Emerging Challenges” hosted in Kyiv by the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.  The programme can viewed here.

This is our brand new website entirely redesigned and updated.  Landolt & Koch has now been serving the international arbitration and dispute resolution market for over five years and we look forward to the next exciting period in our activities as party counsel and arbitrators!  All comments about the new website gladly received.