Arbitration News from Turkey

Court of Cassation Takes Significant Step for Arbitration: Court Sustained an Arbitral Award with...

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The role of the courts in the development of arbitration proceedings is undeniably crucial. The 15th Civil Chamber of the Court of Cassation, with its...

ISTAC Introduces Mediation-Arbitration Rules

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The Istanbul Arbitration Centre (“ISTAC“), one of Turkey’s leading arbitration institutions, introduced the ISTAC Mediation-Arbitration Rules (“Rules“) regarding alternative dispute resolution on 15 November...

Baker McKenzie International Arbitration Yearbook 2019-2020 – Turkey

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TURKEY Ismail G. Esin, Ali Selim Demirel, Yigitcan Bozoglu and Ceyda Sıla Cetinkaya A. LEGISLATION AND RULES A.1 Legislation The International Arbitration Law of 2001 (IAL) governs international...

Turkey: “Mandatory Mediation” Not Mandatory For Parties Who Choose Arbitration

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Recent Development The Law on the Execution Proceedings for the Collection of Monetary Receivables Arising out of Subscription Agreements No. 7155 (”Law”) was published in...

Turkey: M&A Arbitration

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This post is an extract from the first edition of GAR’s The Guide to M&A Arbitration, first published in December 2018. The whole publication...

Turkey: ISTAC Arbitration is Now an Alternative For Public Procurement Agreement Disputes

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Recent development The Turkish Public Procurement Authority recently amended the standard contracts annexed to the Regulations on the Implementation of Public Procurements effective as of...

Turkey permits state court interim attachments before enforcement of arbitral awards

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Recent development  While Turkey's International Arbitration Law No. 4686 has long permitted Turkish courts to grant interim relief before or during arbitral proceedings, the law...

Turkey: Constitutional Court confirms the constitutionality of the Law on the Istanbul Arbitration Centre

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The expansion of economic globalization and the growing number of transnational transactions in the last few decades have - inevitably - resulted in an...

Have you had your day in Court? Swiss Federal Supreme Court decision clarifies conditions...

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One of the central objectives of civil procedural law is to provide a mechanism for the final and conclusive resolution of disputes. In accordance...

Turkish Court of Appeal fails to clarify validity of ‘hybrid’ jurisdiction-arbitration clauses

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The background Turkey's International Arbitration Law requires that an agreement to arbitrate disputes be clear and definite. An agreement which contains both a jurisdiction clause...

Arbitration News from Europe

Higher Regional Court Frankfurt Finds Publication of a Dissenting Opinion to be Ground for...

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German law strictly protects the secrecy of the deliberations of a court and therefore does not allow the publication of dissenting opinions of lower...

Carpatsky Petroleum Corporation v PJSC Ukrnafta: issue estoppel and abuse of process in arbitration...

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Key takeaways The Carpatsky case is interesting for a number of reasons as it: underlines the deference paid to decisions of supervisory courts...

Reform of Swiss international arbitration law approved by the Parliament

In 2017, the Swiss Government released a draft bill aiming at a reform of the Swiss international arbitration legislation. On 9 June 2020, after several...

Section 68 challenge succeeds on the basis of serious irregularity caused by uncertainty or...

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In Xstrata Coal v Benxi Iron & Steel ( EWHC 324 (Comm)), the English High Court permitted a challenge made under section 68 of...

 Baker McKenzie’s Arbitration Yearbook 2018-2019 Edition  

Click here for the chapter on Turkey in the 2018-2019 Arbitration Yearbook.

 

Baker McKenzie’s Arbitration Yearbook 2017-2018 Edition

Click here for the chapter on Turkey in the 2017-2018 Arbitration Yearbook.