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Apparent bias on the part of adjudicators

United Kingdom - April 21 2011 In Fileturn Ltd v Royal Garden Hotel Ltd 2010 EWHC 1736 (TCC), the English High Court faced an allegation of apparent bias on the part of an adjudicator in a construction claim....

Kee Loon Chua.


Apparent bias on the part of adjudicators

United Kingdom - March 3 2011 In Fileturn Ltd v Royal Garden Hotel Ltd 2010 EWHC 1736 (TCC), the English High Court faced an application for summary judgment to enforce an adjudicator's award....

Kee Loon Chua.


Courts have no power to order pre-arbitral discovery

Singapore - October 22 2010 In Equinox Offshore Accomodation Ltd v Richshore Marine Supplies Pte Ltd 2010 SGHC 122, the Singapore High Court was faced with the question of whether or not the courts have the power to grant an order for pre-arbital discovery....

Kee Loon Chua.


Courts have no power to order pre-arbitral discovery

Singapore - September 28 2010 In Equinox Offshore Accommodation Ltd v Richshore Marine Supplies Pte Ltd 2010 SGHC 122, the Singapore High Court was faced with the question of whether or not the courts have the power to grant an order for pre-arbitral discovery....

Kee Loon Chua.