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Challenges to an LCIA award on grounds of serious irregularity and substantive jurisdiction dismissed by the English Court

United Kingdom - August 4 2016 In C v D [2016] EWHC 1893 (Comm), the Commercial Court (the Court) dismissed an attempt to set aside an LCIA Award. The claimants brought challenges…

Co-authors: Natalie Yarrow.


“We will pay for delays” - ICC clampdown on its award scrutiny process

Global - July 25 2016 On 13 July 2016, the International Chamber of Commerce ("ICC") issued its revised Practice Note allowing for a reduction in ICC administrative fees…

Co-authors: Dominic Kennelly, Hannah Ambrose.


Arbitral tribunal’s refusal to strike out a claim could not be challenged under s68 or s69 of the Arbitration Act 1996

United Kingdom - July 5 2016 In a recent decision, the Mercantile Court dismissed two appeals under s68 (procedural irregularity) and s69 (error of Law) of the Arbitration Act…

Co-authors: James Allsop.


English High Court refuses to determine the existence of a disputed arbitration clause prior to the commencement of arbitration proceedings

United Kingdom - June 16 2016 In a recent decision, the English High Court determined that it would be wrong in principle for the court to determine whether parties to a disputed…

Co-authors: James Allsop.


Getma v Guinea: The saga continued

France, Guinea, USA - June 16 2016 In November 2015, the Cour Commune de Justice et d'Arbitrage (CCJA) ruled that an award in an arbitration between French company Getma International…

Co-authors: Laurence Shore, Maguelonne de Brugiere.

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