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Disputes Under Multi-Party Contracts - Who May Be Party?

Germany - February 7 2018 On 23 November 2017, the Higher Regional Court Saarbrücken rendered a judgment on whether an arbitration clause modelled on the DIS model arbitration...

Dr. Tilman Niedermaier.


Experts’ Failure to Disclose - When Does It Taint the Arbitration?

Germany - October 26 2017 On 2 May 2017, the German Federal Supreme Court ("BGH") issued a decision dealing with the question when grounds for the challenge of an expert give...

Dr. Tilman Niedermaier.


Tribunals on Arbitrators’ Fees - Judging for the Parties or Themselves?

Germany - July 11 2017 The decision of the German Federal Supreme Court ("BGH") deals with the limits of the competence of arbitral tribunals to decide on the arbitrators'...

Dr. Tilman Niedermaier.


Competence-Competence vs. Judicial Review - Finding the Right Balance

European Union, Germany - March 30 2017 The decision of the Higher Regional Court of Munich deals with the interrelationship between 1032(2) of the German Civil Procedure Code (“ZPO”), on...

Dr. Tilman Niedermaier.


Hourly rates in International Arbitration - Recoverable or not?

Germany - March 29 2017 The decision of the Higher Regional Court of Munich deals with the question whether, under German arbitration law, an Arbitral Tribunal is empowered...

Dr. Tilman Niedermaier.