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The revised OHADA Uniform Act on Arbitration (the Arbitration Act) and revised Rules on Arbitration of the Joint Court of Justice and Arbitration (the CCJA) (the Rules), as well as the new Uniform Act on Mediation (the Mediation Act), entered into...
In the much anticipated judgment of 6 March 2018 (Case C-284/16), the Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) found the arbitration provision of the bilateral investment treaty (“BIT”) between the Netherlands and...
In Progas Energy Limited et al v the Islamic Republic of Pakistan  EWHC 209 (Comm) the English High Court considered the conditions to be imposed on the Claimants who sought to challenge an award.
The Court ordered security for costs against...
In Oldham v. QBE Insurance (Europe) Ltd  EWHC 3045 (Comm), the Commercial Court allowed a challenge to an arbitral award under section 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996 on grounds of serious irregularity where the applicant had not been given a...
The German Institution of Arbitration (Deutsche Institution für Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit e.V. – DIS) has thoroughly revised its arbitration rules. The previous DIS Rules, which have been in force since 1998, functioned well in practice...
11 September 2017 Andrew Mullan; Shirley Au Yeung, Asia-Pacific; Hong Kong
The Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (“HKIAC”) is consulting on amendments to the 2013 version of its Administered Arbitration Rules. The proposed changes incorporate a number of new provisions and amendments, highlighting HKIAC’s efforts to respond to the needs of its users and technological advances in dispute resolution. The changes may impact on how parties conduct their HKIAC arbitrations in the future and users are invited to submit comments by 2 October 2017.
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