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Clasis Law | India | 28 Jun 2022

Principles to be considered for binding non-signatories to arbitration agreement

In a recent case, the Supreme Court outlined the evolution of the group of companies doctrine in light of Indian arbitration practice. In deciding whether a company within a group of companies that is not a signatory to an arbitration agreement would be bound by it, the Supreme Court held that certain factors must be taken into consideration.
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Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia, Global, etc. | 21 Jun 2022

Employment: key updates and developments (14 – 20 Jun)

Australia increases minimum wage to AU$21.38 per hour, the UK EAT sets a new test for determining worker status, and Hong Kong introduces pandemic-related worker protections– plus other key updates.
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Lexology PRO | USA | 7 Jun 2022

US employment law roundup (28 May – 6 June)

Arbitration clauses take judicial hits on the federal and state levels, the battle over cryptocurrency in retirement plans persists, and the USCIS continues efforts to clear its immigration backlog – plus other key updates.
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Ogier | Cayman Islands | 19 May 2022

Guide to Cayman Islands arbitration: confidentiality and arbitral awards

Arbitration is a mechanism of binding dispute resolution, which entails resolving disputes outside of the court process in accordance with procedures and standards as determined by the parties in dispute. Arbitration is, therefore, an alternative to traditional litigation and is distinct from non-binding forms of dispute resolution such as mediation. This article is part three of a three-part......
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Ogier | Cayman Islands | 19 May 2022

Guide to Cayman Islands arbitration: confidentiality and arbitral awards

The Cayman Islands has long been recognised as a major global centre with expertise in financial services disputes, a well-established legal infrastructure and experienced lawyers and judiciary. These features, together with its pro-arbitration framework and its geographical position as a neutral location, makes it a strong choice as a seat for international arbitrations. This article is part......
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Ogier | Cayman Islands | 12 May 2022

Guide to Cayman Islands arbitration: conduct of proceedings

Arbitration is a mechanism of binding dispute resolution, which entails resolving disputes outside of the court process in accordance with procedures and standards as determined by the parties in dispute. Arbitration is, therefore, an alternative to traditional litigation and is distinct from non-binding forms of dispute resolution such as mediation. This article is part two of a three-part......
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Ogier | Cayman Islands | 12 May 2022

Guide to Cayman Islands arbitration: conduct of proceedings

The Cayman Islands has long been recognised as a major global centre with expertise in financial services disputes, a well-established legal infrastructure and experienced lawyers and judiciary. These features, together with its pro-arbitration framework and its geographical position as a neutral location, makes it a strong choice as a seat for international arbitrations. This article is part......
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Ogier | Cayman Islands | 5 May 2022

Guide to Cayman Islands arbitration

Arbitration is a mechanism of binding dispute resolution, which entails resolving disputes outside of the court process in accordance with procedures and standards as determined by the parties in dispute. Arbitration is, therefore, an alternative to traditional litigation and is distinct from non-binding forms of dispute resolution such as mediation. This article is part one of a three-part......
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Ogier | Cayman Islands | 5 May 2022

Guide to Cayman Islands arbitration

The Cayman Islands has long been recognised as a major global centre with expertise in financial services disputes, a well-established legal infrastructure and experienced lawyers and judiciary. These features, together with its pro-arbitration framework and its geographical position as a neutral location, makes it a strong choice as a seat for international arbitrations. This article is the......
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Cecil Abraham & Partners | Malaysia | 10 Mar 2022

Conducting arbitration in Malaysia: arbitral tribunals

Under both the Arbitration Act 1952 and the Arbitration Act 2005, parties have the freedom to determine the number of arbitrators for reference of their dispute. This article is part of a series on conducting arbitration in Malaysia, and, in particular, focuses on the requirements for the appointment of arbitrators, challenging and removing arbitrators and provisions relating to emergency......
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