June 2020

Third-Party Funding is certainly one of the most recent trends in international arbitration. After the 2008 financial crisis, companies – either insolvent or not – increasingly relied on external funding to cover their arbitration-related costs. Will this trend continue or even boost amidst the COVID pandemic? In a webinar organized by the Camera Arbitrale di Milano, our senior associate Emilio Bettoni shares his expertise on Third-Party Funding, addressing its technicalities and the challenges that it poses in the international arbitration landscape. The webinar is part of the 14th edition of the course “Arbitrato: fondamenti e tecniche”.

Also this year ArbLit achieves five listings in the Who’s Who Legal ranking featuring the leading Italian arbitration specialists.

Luca G. Radicati di Brozolo, one of the most highly regarded practitioners, is praised by sources as “extremely knowledgeable in investment arbitration” and “one of the best Italian arbitrators in the field”. Massimo Benedettelli is applauded as “a respected member of the arbitration community” who is “always well prepared and proactive with matters”. Michele Sabatini is “bright and extremely hardworking” and provides “good-quality drafting, as well as a lot of experience in the field” in commercial and investment arbitration proceedings. Also ArbLit’s senior associates Emilio Bettoni and Flavio Ponzano are recognized as notable practitioners.