Linklaters review of the Singapore High Court’s 2018 decision in China Machine New Energy Corp v Jaguar Energy Guatemala LLC  SGHC 101, where the High Court considered the novel issue of whether the Tribunal’s imposition of an “attorney-eyes only” document disclosure regime amounted to a breach of natural justice, against the backdrop of an expedited arbitration agreement and novel points concerning “guerrilla tactics” and the duty of a tribunal to investigate allegations of corruption.
About Phillip Rompotis
Phillip practices as a barrister and arbitrator in Hong Kong. He has over 25 years’ litigation and arbitration experience in commercial disputes relating to construction & engineering, financial services, joint venture & shareholders agreements, technology, trusts, property and landlord & tenant. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, the Hong Kong Institute of Arbitrators, the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators, the Malaysian Institute of Arbitrators, and a member of various lists/panels of arbitrators.View