International Arbitration Newsletter No.4

国际仲裁通讯第4号
This month, in addition to the usual International Arbitration updates from around the globe, we highlight an issue which arises regularly and continues to vex courts around the world – the extent to which third parties/non-signatories may rely on or be bound by an arbitration agreement.

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30-Day Time Limit Under Article 16(3) Of Model Law Cannot Be Extended

《示范法》第16条第3款规定的30天期限不能延长
The court in BXS held that the time for making an application to set aside under Article 34(3) could not be extended. One month later, in BXY, the SICC reaches the same conclusion in respect of Article 16(3) of the Model Law.

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Update On Challenges to Arbitration Awards

关于仲裁裁决挑战的最新信息
A cross-border update of judgments dealing with challenges to arbitration awards, dealing with decisions from the courts of Hong Kong, Singapore and England.

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Singapore Court Rejects Application To Set Aside Award

新加坡法院驳回撤销仲裁裁决的申请
The Singapore High Court dismisses an application to set aside an arbitration award under A.34 of the Model Law, finding that the tribunal had jurisdiction and that its composition was in accordance with the parties’ agreement.

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International Arbitration Newsletter No.3

In addition to the usual IA updates from around the globe, we highlight two cases, a HK CA decision dealing with a stay application in the context of insolvency proceedings, the other from Singapore refusing an extension of time to bring a setting aside application under Article 34 of the Model Law.

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International Arbitration Newsletter No.2

This month, a series of cases from Malaysia dealing with injunctions, including to restrain the calling of performance bonds and the grant of an anti-arbitration injunction, as well as a review of the Rakna decision from Singapore, concerning the effects to enforcement of non-participation in the arbitration proceedings.

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