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Brussels loses bid to join legal fight over Spanish green subsidies

A UK court has thrown out a bid by the European Commission to join a legal battle in which Spain is seeking to avoid paying millions of dollars in compensation …
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ChatGPT: what is it, and should the legal community embrace it?

See my Kluwer Arbitration Blog here: https://lnkd.in/eiQQjj3V   ChatGPT is short for “Chat Generative Pre-Trained Transformer”.  It is an artificially intelligent text generation bot that can have a conversation.  It does so …
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Strong woman – secrets of being

Vogue Türkiye features Hanna Roos and other female leaders in the law on their aspirations and on overcoming challenges.
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Strong voices together

Harper’s Bazaar interviews Hanna Roos and other “successful and powerful women of the legal world”  talk about their plans for the future.
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ChatGPT, AI and Arbitration: Are We Approaching a Turning Point?

How could ChatGPT and other AI technologies impact arbitration and dispute resolution? Join Orrick’s Tunde Oyewole, Aavagard LLP’s Hanna Roos and Digital Gate’s Adith Haridas for a dynamic conversation on AI, ethics and the potential …
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Could ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE help HUMANISE the legal sector?

It was a pleasure to moderate a session at the #innovationconference at the Swiss Arbitration Summit in #Geneva this week, on the current use of #AI in international #arbitration. #Innovation means …
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San Pellegrino for your soul

My husband Jonathan and I get invited to lecture at the Mario Negri institute in Bergamo, Italy.  Jonathan from his vantage point as a surgeon and medical doctor with a …
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To lean in or to sit still? That is the question. – HANNA ROOS

Sheryl Sandberg recently stepped down as the Chief Operating Officer of Meta.  It brought to mind her famous title “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead”, a manifesto …
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Ex-Quinn Emanuel lawyer launches London practice

Hanna Roos has left her role as of counsel at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan to launch an independent practice in London. Roos left Quinn Emanuel in London in June …
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How to Manage Work-Life Balance in Context of First Arbitral Appointments

I recently co-chaired with Gustav Flecke-Giammarco a Delos roundtable on this topic, at the kind invitation of its President and Co-Founder, Hafez Virjee. The topic links to a broader theme: …
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King & Spalding lands $12bn arbitration case against Russia for Pugachev

King & Spalding’s London office has been instructed on a $12bn arbitration brought against the Russian government by Sergei Pugachev, a tycoon once dubbed ‘Putin’s banker.’ The founder of Mezhprombank, Pugachev is …
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Exclusive – “Putin’s banker” Pugachev files $12 billion claim against Russia

PARIS (Reuters) – Sergei Pugachev, a tycoon once dubbed “Putin’s banker”, said on Tuesday that he had filed a $12 billion compensation claim against Russia for carving up his business …
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