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Video Post in “Observations on Arbitration” series: what to expect from the first procedural conference

Global - October 10 2016 In this short video, partner Chris Parker considers what to expect at the first procedural conference in an arbitration. Chris outlines the matters…


English High Court has no power to grant urgent relief under Arbitration Act where urgent relief could be granted by expedited tribunal or emergency arbitrator under LCIA Rules

United Kingdom - October 7 2016 In the recent case of Gerald Metals SA v Timis [2016] EWHC 2327 (Ch), the English High Court considered its power to grant urgent relief under s…

Co-authors: Aaron McDonald.


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.

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