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Arbitrating disputes under shipbuilding contracts – the importance of timing
The timing of strategic steps may significantly impact the balance of power between parties and can make or break a case.
UK
18 May 2019
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Cross-border restructuring conundrum: The current position for restructuring professionals following The OJSC International Bank of Azerbaijan (IBA Case)
The article considers the impact of the IBA case for restructuring professionals, in Singapore, Hong Kong and Australia.
Australia
26 Oct 2018
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Non-signatories to arbitration agreements
Where a non-signatory is involved in performing a contract, it may still be bound by the arbitration agreement.
Australia
25 Jul 2016
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Teresa Cheng, HKIAC: international arbitration: Q&A
The new Chair of the HKIAC aims to develop Hong Kong's position as an eminent arbitration and dispute resolution centre.
Australia
24 May 2014
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The British Virgin Islands - a new international arbitration centre?
A new Arbtration Act will provide for the establishment of a British Virgin Islands International Arbitration Centre.
Australia
21 May 2014
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Supreme Court of India - fraud allegations can now be referred to arbitration
India has made efforts to align its jurisprudence to international norms to become an arbitration-friendly jurisdiction.
Australia
20 May 2014
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Singapore Court of Appeal - New ruling on active and passive remedies for challenging jurisdiction in international arbitrations
Given the current trend to consistency of court decisions across international jurisdictions, this decision is welcome.
Australia
20 May 2014
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London arbitration clauses are valid in Australia – confirmed by Australian appeal court
In 2012, a decision of the Federal Court of Australia caused consternation in Australia and around the world.
Australia
15 Apr 2014
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International commercial arbitration - A guide for US judges
The US Federal Judicial Center has published a guide for US judges on international commercial arbitration.
Australia
16 Dec 2013
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Parties choose your remedies: the Singapore Court of Appeal has spoken
Given the move towards consistency of court decisions in respect of international arbitrations, the decision is welcome.
Australia
11 Dec 2013
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The law applicable to arbitration agreements in international contracts
Parties to international contracts should expressly choose a law to govern an arbitration agreement in the contract.
Australia
17 Dec 2012
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Better the arbitrator you know - repeat appointments are permissible
If a benefit of arbitration is the choice of decision maker, the possibility of repeat appointments is a corollary.
Australia
23 Oct 2011
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Hong Kong’s new Arbitration Ordinance
The effective date of the much anticipated Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance (the AO) has been announced; it comes into force on 1 June 2011. This new legislation, based largely on the UNCITRAL Model Law on International Commercial Arbitration (the Model Law), will not only make Hong Kong’s arbitration law more user-friendly but will also cement Hong Kong’s position as a leading arbitration centre in Asia and as a regional centre for legal services and dispute resolution.
Australia
16 Mar 2011
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International arbitration newsletter
In this issue Barthélemy Cousin and Vincent Béglé highlight the significant changes to arbitration law in France which come into force on 1 May. Commentators have described the new Act as one that heralds one of the most liberal regimes in the world. Arbitration clauses with a French seat in existing contracts should be reviewed in light of the new legislation, which may have unintended consequences. Vincent also features on our back page Q&A.
Australia
9 Mar 2011
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