The requirement for arbitrators to act “impartially” is enshrined in the English Arbitration Act (and together with “independence”, in the Model Law and many institutional rules). This note reviews these concepts in light of the judgments in Almazeedi and Halliburton.
Latham & Watkins review the decision in Halliburton v Chubb, where the English Court of …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review a December 2017 decision from the Japanese Supreme Court (Case No. …Continue Reading