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Allen & Overy LLP | Slovakia | 16 Sep 2021

Slovak Supreme Court continues arbitration-friendly approach

A recently published order of the Supreme Court has continued the trend of courts deferring to arbitral findings and a general friendliness towards arbitration. The court order provides welcome reassurance that, on annulment, the Slovak courts will not interfere with substantive findings of arbitral tribunals, and that clerical errors are not grounds for annulment.
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Allen & Overy LLP | France | 15 Jul 2021

The Intellectual Property and Antitrust Review: France

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Allen & Overy LLP | Luxembourg | 15 Jul 2021

The Lending and Secured Finance Review: Luxembourg

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Allen & Overy LLP | Spain | 4 Jul 2021

The International Arbitration Review: Spain

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Allen & Overy LLP | European Union | 1 Jul 2021

Private Antitrust Litigation in European Union

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Allen & Overy LLP | 24 Jun 2021

Is a failure to hold an oral hearing grounds to set aside an award under the Arbitration Act?

In Slovakia, a tribunal is obliged to order an oral hearing if there is an agreement between the parties to have an oral hearing or if there is no agreement as to the procedure between the parties and one of the parties requests an oral hearing. A breach of this obligation is not set out as a separate ground for setting aside an arbitral award under the Arbitration Act. Thus, can an award be......
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Allen & Overy LLP | Luxembourg | 7 Jun 2021

The Securities Litigation Review: Luxembourg

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Allen & Overy LLP | Luxembourg | 26 May 2021

Anti-Money Laundering in Luxembourg

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Allen & Overy LLP | Global, Hong Kong | 23 Apr 2021

Podcast: Hong Kong’s approach to cross-border and insolvency recognition

Our APAC Restructuring & Recovery lawyers take a detailed look at the recent and significant decision by the Hong Kong court in Re Lamtex Holdings…
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Allen & Overy LLP | Czech Republic | 1 Apr 2021

Supreme Court revisits arbitrator independence

In November 2020 the Supreme Court issued a decision significantly affecting the review of arbitration clauses by the Czech courts. The court touched on situations when an arbitration clause leaves the appointment of arbitrators to an independent appointing authority (private arbitration centres). The decision may facilitate more frequent use of appointing authorities in arbitration clauses......
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