In the 2009 International Arbitration lecture Toby Landau QC explored emerging trends and developments in international commercial and treaty arbitration, globally and regionally.
In his candid analysis the following topics were discussed:
- where arbitration may be in years to come;
- what steps may now be needed to safeguard its future; and
- whether today is the day to which someone in the future is longing to return.
Toby Landau QC is a practising barrister and arbitrator specialising in international and commercial law, particularly international and commercial arbitration, and is recognised as one of the rising stars of arbitration.
As an arbitrator, Toby has acted in over 50 major international arbitrations under a variety of global rules (ICSID, ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL), including numerous investment treaty cases.
Toby has been actively involved in the drafting of various International Arbitration Acts (English Arbitration Act 1996, Mauritius International Arbitration Act 2008, new UNCITRAL Arbitrational Rules), giving him a unique understanding of the procedural and process improvements required to ensure the future of international arbitration.