Bruno Gustafsson is a Stockholm-based Associate working with Roschier’s Dispute Resolution practice. In his daily work, he advises domestic and multinational corporations in arbitration and litigation proceedings in various areas of law. Bruno is on the Advisory Board of Young Arbitrators Sweden (YAS). He has also published numerous academic articles, including with SCOPUS-indexed law journal University of Bologna Law Review, Creighton Law Review, and Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook. His publications have focused mainly on sovereignty issues and provisional relief in the context of international investment law (in particular, investor-state arbitration), costs issues relating to third-party funding in arbitration, as well as on various energy-related topics.
“Covid-19 and Arbitral Practice: Lessons Learned and Challenges Ahead”, Creighton Law Review, 09/21
“Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook 2020” (Asst. Ed.), Kluwer Law International, 11/2020
“UNCITRAL Working Group III: Security for Costs – An Inefficient Mechanism to Avert Frivolous Claims in ISDS”, Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 03/2020
“Energy Law in Sweden – Recent developments in the Swedish energy market” Herbert Smith Freehill’s European Energy Handbook 2019-2020, with M. Olsson and L. Ekborg, 11/2019
“A practitioner’s guide to security for costs at the SCC”, Global Arbitration Review, with C. Persson, 11/2019
Swedish chapter in “Global Legal Insights – Energy 2020”, 8th edition, with M. Olsson, Global Legal Group Ltd.
“Article 38 of the SCC Rules: An Analysis of Security for Costs in TPF Arbitration“, Stockholm Arbitration Yearbook 2019, Kluwer Law International, 07/2019
“Provisional Measures in Investor-State Arbitration: States Playing Games in Local Courts by Invoking the Trump Card (Police Powers)”, University of Bologna Law Review, Vol. 4.1 2019
Swedish chapter in “Global Legal Insights – Energy 2019” 7th edition, with M. Olsson, Global Legal Group Ltd.
“Third Party Funding in Sweden – Uncovering Uncharted Territory”, Kluwer Arbitration Blog, 09/2018
“The Binding Nature of Provisional ‘Recommendations’ in ICSID Arbitration”, Kluwer Arbitration Blog 06/2018
“Third-Party Funding: Enforcement as a Cornerstone in the Funding Calculus”, Kluwer Arbitration Blog 12/2017
“Access to Justice: Rebalancing the Third-Party Funding Equilibrium in Investment Treaty Arbitration”, Kluwer Arbitration Blog 11/2017
“ISDS Reform Regime Interaction”, International Teaching Month, Institute of Law, Nirma University, (panelist) 02/2021
“Should arbitration be limited to two parties only?” International Seminar on Transnational Litigation, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, India, (panelist) 03/2019
Stockholm University, LL.M. (2018)