Mauro Rubino-Sammartano

Mauro Rubino-Sammartano

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Q4 l 2020

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  • Q4 l 2020 in Dispute resolution - Cross-border


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Arbitration may not first be paralyzed and then opposed to state court proceedings

France - April 27 2022 In Taglia’ Apau v. Armest et al., the first Chamber of the French Court of Cassation, on 9 February 2022, set aside a judgment of the Court of Appeal…

Corruption, Arbitration and Criminal proceedings

United Kingdom - March 30 2022 The relationship between arbitration and corruption which affects the consent is frequently discussed. This discussion generally starts with a…

Denial of Justice ?

European Union, United Kingdom - March 24 2022 To citizens and scholars a denial of justice is indeed an extremely serious wrongdoing, committed exactly by someone who had been entrusted with the…

Paris and the New York Convention - No surprise

France - March 1 2022 The Paris Court of Appeal’s judgment in SGS Benin (République du Bénin v. Société Générale de Surveillance, 1 st Civil Chamber, January 14, 2022) will…

Is the presumption of innocence not applicable to private disciplinary proceedings ?

Global, Switzerland - December 15 2021 In A. V. Comité International Olympique, the Swiss Federal Court has dismissed, by delivering its judgment on 23 August 2021, the appeal filed by an…