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LCIA releases Registrar’s Report for 2015

United Kingdom - April 25 2016 Earlier this month the LCIA released its Registrar's Report for 2015. The report, which is produced annually, gives an overview of the LCIA's…

Co-authors: Paula Hodges, Jennifer Hartzler.


Separability and public policy: selecting law of arbitration agreement does not disapply conflicting non-mandatory provisions of English Arbitration Act 1996 and “fresh evidence…is particularly important” for challenging an Award on public policy grounds

United Kingdom - March 29 2016 An arbitration agreement is understood in most, but not all, jurisdictions to be a separable or distinct agreement from the contract or agreement of…

Co-authors: Charlie Morgan.


ICC Issues Guidance on Conflict Disclosure by Arbitrators

Global - March 2 2016 The Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has issued guidance as part of its updated "Note to parties and arbitral…


How far can you act in your own self-interest? The role of good faith in commercial contracts

United Kingdom - February 1 2016 The traditional starting point in English contract law is that parties are free to do what they like so long as they do not breach the agreed terms…

Co-authors: Gregg Rowan, Nick Pantlin.


OHADA CCJA court annuls €38 million arbitral award against Guinea

Guinea - January 19 2016 In a highly unusual decision, the Cour Commune de Justice et d'Arbitrage (CCJA), the court created by the Organisation pour l'Harmonisation en…

Co-authors: Paula Hodges, Maguelonne de Brugiere.

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