Failure to Specify Arbitral Seat in the Arbitration Clause May Result in Unenforceable Award

September 21, 2016 By: , and

In a recent PRC case (the “Taizhou Court Case“), the Taizhou Intermediate People’s Court (“Court“) refused enforcement of an ICC award on grounds of public policy because the court had

Improper service poses risk for enforcement of awards

September 20, 2016 By: and

This article was first published in the China Business Law Journal, July / August 2016, Volume 7 | Issue 7 Improper service in arbitration proceedings has been commonly relied upon

Apportionment of Costs Under the SCC Rules

September 7, 2016 By: and

In its report “Costs of arbitration and apportionment of costs under the SCC Rules” of February 2016[1], the SCC has reviewed the cost apportionment in awards issued by SCC tribunals

Silver Linings Playbook: The potential upside of Brexit for investment treaty arbitration

September 1, 2016 By: and

In a recent article on Brexit and International Arbitration, we explained our view that the UK’s departure from the EU would have only a limited impact on London-based commercial arbitration. 

Event: CAS: The “Supreme Court of Sports” at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics

August 29, 2016 By:

On August 30, 2016, the ABA Section of International Law will hold a teleconference entitled “CAS”: The “Supreme Court of Sports” at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, featuring Michael Lenard, President

The Vanishing Trial & the 30-70 %-Disease – Why Both Matter for Arbitration Practitioners

August 29, 2016 By: and

This article is about two phenomena which currently impact the business of dispute resolution: The Vanishing Trial and the 30-70 %-Disease. What lies behind those two catch-words and why are

Global Arbitration Cases Still Rise – Arbitral Institutions’ Caseload Statistics for 2015

August 25, 2016 By: and

Over the course of 2016, arbitral institutions around the globe have published their case load statistics for 2015. Like last year, Global Arbitration News has compiled the new case numbers

Angola to accede to the New York Convention

August 24, 2016 By:

Angola is to become the 157th signatory state to the New York Convention, paving the way for the first time to the effective recognition and enforcement in Angola of awards

California Supreme Court: No Universal Rule on Deciding Class Arbitration Availability

August 15, 2016 By: and

California continued its ongoing debate on arbitrations and class actions in July when its Supreme Court held that in some cases an arbitrator, not the court, must decide whether an arbitration agreement

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Improper service poses risk for enforcement of awards

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Apportionment of Costs Under the SCC Rules

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Event: CAS: The “Supreme Court of Sports” at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics

On August 30, 2016, the ABA Section of International Law

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Apportionment of Costs Under the SCC Rules

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Event: CAS: The “Supreme Court of Sports” at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics

On August 30, 2016, the ABA Section of International Law

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This article is about two phenomena which currently impact the

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Apportionment of Costs Under the SCC Rules

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Event: CAS: The “Supreme Court of Sports” at the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics

On August 30, 2016, the ABA Section of International Law

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Brazil: Code of Civil Procedure transplants arbitration tools to litigation

Interview with Ronaldo Cramer, vice-president of the Rio de Janeiro