Increased Diversity in International Arbitration

In late 2018, just days after successfully obtaining a temporary injunction for his client Jay-Z’s trademark infringement case, attorney Alex Spiro publicly criticized the American Arbitration Association (AAA) for its lack of diverse arbitrators.[1] Although Spiro correctly pointed out that litigants are often “deprive[d]… of  a meaningful opportunity to have their claims heard by a … Read more

Does International Law Recognize the Right of Children with Disabilities to Play Sports?

International law is clear: vulnerable people require additional protections.[1] In 1989, the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) as an intended turning point in the rights of children within international law.[2] Since its inception, the CRC has improved the recognition of international human rights of children, and it expressly … Read more