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In an ongoing NAFTA Chapter 11 investor-state dispute (Tennant Energy v Canada), the claimant raised the rather novel question about ..read more
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Claims for costs are a key ingredient of any arbitration proceeding, in particular in circumstances where alternative recourse to the ..read more
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International arbitration has been gaining popularity as an alternative to litigation. Despite its popularity, there are still some grey ..read more
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Under major institutional rules, there is a clear obligation on the parties to pay advance deposits towards the costs of the arbitration ..read more
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An (exhausted) award creditor, who prevailed in the arbitration and in any subsequent (Swiss or foreign) setting aside proceedings and who ..read more
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Sanctions have been described as the new economic battlefield and, in recent years, there has been a sharp increase in the imposition of ..read more
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The extent to which confidentiality debars disclosure or inspection of documents, or an award or associated document, in arbitration ..read more
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There are few arbitration cases which, whilst starting off as a contractual dispute, over time morph into a symbol of something else ..read more
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The adoption of the UAE Federal Arbitration Law (UAE FAL) was welcomed with great acclaim in June last year. It entered into force on 16 ..read more
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In Sabbagh v Khoury, the Court of Appeal confirmed the court’s jurisdiction to grant an anti-arbitration injunction (AAI) in exceptional ..read more

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