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Multi-tier and unilateral arbitration clauses

United Kingdom - January 23 2013 In Part 4 of our Technology and Outsourcing Hot Spots Series, we considered how a properly drafted dispute resolution clause can give parties an...

Harmonisation of doctrine of repudiation and its effect on the determination of a contract

United Kingdom - January 17 2013 The UK Supreme Court has by a majority decision (Lord Sumption dissenting) in Societe Generale, London Branch v Geys 2012 UKSC 63 put to bed the...

ADR and dispute resolution clauses

Singapore - January 14 2013 In Part 1 of this Technology and Outsourcing Hot Spots series, we mentioned the importance of managing disputes from as early as the contract drafting...

CIETAC terminates its authorisation to Shanghai and South China sub-commissions

China - January 10 2013 CIETAC has just fired its latest salvo against its breakaway sub-commissions in Shanghai and South China (Shenzhen). The background to this dispute is...

Case update: a simplified approach to distinguishing between guarantees and bonds?

United Kingdom - January 7 2013 The English Court of Appeal has sought to re-establish in Wuhan Guoyu Logistics Group Co Ltd & Anor v Emporiki Bank of Greece SA, 2012 EWCA Civ 1629, a...