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Is an interim decision by an arbitral tribunal capable of giving rise to a challenge?

United Kingdom - June 19 2019 In ZCCM Investments Holdings v Kanasanshi Holdings Plc & another 2019 EWHC 1285 (Comm), the Commercial Court found that a procedural ruling made in...

Liz Williams, Kiana Banafshe.

Parties and witnesses must have the opportunity to address key points to ensure validity of award

United Kingdom - June 19 2019 The High Court has allowed a challenge to an arbitration award after the arbitrators reached their decision based on an analysis that had not been put...

Liz Williams.

Arbitration tribunal lacked jurisdiction over company that ceased to exist

United Kingdom - June 10 2019 In Ga-Hyun Chung v Silver Dry Bulk 2019 EWHC 1147 (Comm), the English Commercial Court held that an arbitral tribunal lacked substantive...

Liz Williams.

Court exercises discretionary case management powers to grant temporary stay of challenges to an arbitration award

United Kingdom - May 6 2019 The High Court has ordered a temporary case management stay of challenges to a London-seated arbitral award, subject to ongoing review and reporting...

Liz Williams, Tim Malloch.

Arbitration Award cannot be Challenged for Failure to consider a mere Argument or Line of Reasoning

United Kingdom - December 13 2018 The Commercial Court has dismissed a challenge to an arbitral award made under section 68(2)(d) of the Arbitration Act 1996 where the tribunal had...

Liz Williams, Linh Dao.