Georgiou Payne Stewien LLP, one of Arbitrium’s sponsors, reviews the current state of recognition granted to foreign arbitration institutions in Russia, including the HKIAC, ICC and SIAC.
A useful outline of the summary procedures under various rules, including the challenges and risks as well as practical guidance when considering such applications.
This month, Arbitrium contains a host of articles from Hong Kong, Singapore and England, including an important decision from the English Court of Appeal clarifying an issue that has vexed courts for some time – the relative weight to be given to the law of the seat and the law of the main contract, where they differ, in determining the proper law of the arbitration agreement.Continue Reading
Authored by Emmanuel Gaillard and published in Arbitration International, Volume 35, Issue 1, March 2019, …Continue Reading
King & Wood Mallesons review of the emergence of specialist international courts that seek to …Continue Reading
King & Wood Mallesons point out that there is no universal approach to costs awards …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review two decision from the Delhi High Court, which dismissed challenges to …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills provide some comments on the Note released by the LCIA in relation …Continue Reading
Latham & Watkins outline some key consideration to keep in mind when considering Chinese-related arbitrations, …Continue Reading
Herbert Smith Freehills review the proposed 2017 amendments to the Australian International Arbitration Act 1974 …Continue Reading
Baker McKenzie examine the topical issue of the impact of corruption in disputes resolved by …Continue Reading