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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.

ICC Court announces new policies to foster transparency and ensure greater efficiency

Global - January 8 2016 On 5 January 2016, the ICC Court announced two new policies aimed at enhancing the efficiency and transparency of ICC arbitration proceedings. The…

Co-authors: Susan Field.

ICC examines allocation of costs in international commercial arbitration

Global - December 8 2015 On 1 December, the Commission on Arbitration and ADR of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) issued a report intended to inform users of…

Co-authors: Charlie Morgan.

French Supreme Court allows joint guarantors to challenge arbitral award

France - November 24 2015 The facts of the case are relatively simple: in 1997, Sogire (the "Debtor"), a subsidiary of the company Pierre et vacances, sold the shares it held…

Co-authors: Emmanuelle Cabrol, Vladimir Melnikov, Paula Hodges, Andrew Cannon, Clément Dupoirier.

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