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Monday 16 September 2013

Arbitration in England with Chapters on Scotland and Ireland

Wilberforce Chambers is pleased to notify you of the publication by Kluwer Wolters of “Arbitration in England with Chapters on Scotland and Ireland” edited by Julian DM Lew QC, Harris Bor, Gregory Fullelove, and Joanne Greenaway. The work is part of a series focusing on arbitration in specific jurisdictions and comprises contributions by leading arbitration practitioners on: the development of arbitration in England; leading arbitration institutions; specialist areas such as constriction and sports arbitration; and the law and practice of arbitration in England as it applies to each stage of the arbitration process.

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Harris Bor specialises primarily in commercial litigation,  international arbitration, banking & financial services, and intellectual property. He has acted as counsel on numerous arbitrations under UNCITRAL, ICC, LCIA, Swedish Chamber of Commerce, ICSID, and WIPO rules on disputes relating to commercial contracts, hedge funds, derivative trading, joint ventures, partnerships, corporate transactions, on line technology, and mining projects. Harris also has broad experience of court related matters arising out of arbitrations such as freezing injunctions, and applications to appeal and challenge an award. Harris has been admitted to practice in the DIFC and on a matter before the courts of the Turks & Caicos Islands.

Harris is also listed as a leading junior for international arbitration in the Legal 500 United Kingdom 2012’s guide to outstanding juniors nationwide, and is a part time tutor in international arbitration at the Centre for Commercial Law  Studies, Queen Mary, University of London.


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