Oxera is pleased to be sponsoring the inaugural London International Disputes Week, a four-day event bringing together lawyers, judges, arbitrators, experts, academics and others from around the world to explore the future of international dispute resolution.
We are delighted to announce that Paula Stillman has been promoted to Principal, Business Support, and Head of Resourcing. Paula joined Oxera in 2004 as a Personnel Assistant, and over the past 15 years has grown to be an invaluable senior manager of the HR team, having played a significant role in shaping the function
Oxera grows its partnership, welcoming four new Partners: Sir Philip Lowe, Helen Ralston, Sahar Shamsi and Srini ParthasarathyWe welcome Sir Philip Lowe as a new Partner, together with the promotion of three new Partners, with effect from today.
The Global Arbitration Review (GAR) 100 Expert Witness Firms’ Power Index 2019 lists Oxera in its top 10 In publishing its annual index, GAR noted that, over the past year, Oxera had doubled its number of hearings and held steady its average claim value (of US$433m), adding: ‘The firm was founded originally by Oxford
An arbitral tribunal established in respect of the dispute between Standard Life Aberdeen (‘SLA’) and Lloyds Banking Group/Scottish Widows (‘LBG’) has ruled in favour of SLA. In particular, the tribunal ruled that LBG was not entitled to give notice, on 14 February 2018, to terminate the investment management agreements in respect of assets managed
On 19 March, Oxera participated in the International Railway Congress 2019 in Vienna. The Congress was attended by over 500 international guests, including representatives from more than 100 well-known companies and over 20 countries.
Oxera had a closer look at HS2 (High Speed 2) and what can be expected from a benefit–cost ratio perspective. If constructed in full, the train line is expected to bring positive economic outcomes as well as improving rail connections between the North and South of England in the future.
On the day that northern leaders unite to back the £39bn investment in Northern Powerhouse Rail, Oxera’s analysis for Channel 4 Dispatches suggests that the scheme could offer high value for money.
On 17 January, Commissioner Vestager hosted a one-day conference on ‘Shaping competition policy in the era of digitisation’. As well as providing inputs to the conference on market power in digital, data and algorithmic competition, several members of Oxera’s team attended the event. Our reactions to the four main themes are summarised below. Competition,
Oxera is delighted to have two Agenda articles nominated for the 2019 Antitrust Writing Awards. The aim of the Antitrust Writing Awards is to promote competition scholarship and to contribute to competition advocacy. The jury contributes to this achievement by selecting the best writings published in 2018. Discover our nominated Oxera articles: Dr Gunnar