Austrian Supreme Court Establishes New Standards as Regards the Decisive Underlying Reasoning of Arbitral Awards

Jurisprudencia2017 | Enero 2
The decisive underlying reasoning (motifs, Begründung) is, without doubt, an essential part of any arbitral award and as such bears the potential of frustrating parties and arbitrators alike. On the one hand, elaborate reasoning in arbitral awards more often than not comes at the price of long waiting periods for the issuance of the awards, and periods of meticulous drafting on the part of the arbitrator(s). On the other hand, a lack of elaborate reasoning may likewise be a headache, since it exposes the arbitral award to setting aside.
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Enforcement of arbitration rulings faces challenge in Asia

Jurisprudencia2016 | Diciembre 28
A dispute between a European group and its partner in Thailand about arbitration rulings is raising doubts about investor safeguards in Asian countries where such awards are being challenged.
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Annulment of international arbitral award: the French Conseil d’Etat makes first foray into the fiefdom of the civil Cassation Court

Consejo de Estado, Francia2016 | Diciembre 23
On 9 November 2016 and for the first time, the French State Council (Conseil d’Etat) set aside an international arbitral award. The award related to a public contract performed in France. The award was partially set aside on the ground that the arbitral tribunal failed to apply a mandatory rule of domestic French public law.
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Two Tier Arbitration Procedure Permissible Under The Laws Of India: SC

Jurisprudencia India2016 | Diciembre 16
In a landmark judgment accepting the concept of ‘two tier arbitration’ or ‘second instance arbitration’, a three judge bench of the Supreme Court comprising of Justices Madan B. Lokur, R.K Agrawal and D.Y Chandrachud answering a reference made in 2006 due to divergence of opinions between Justice S.B.Sinha and Tarun Chatterjee, held that arbitration clauses which provide for a two- step arbitration process are valid under Indian arbitral jurisprudence.
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Singapore Court confirms validity of asymmetric arbitration agreements

Jurisprudencia2016 | Noviembre 30
The Singapore High Court in Dyna-Jet Pte Ltd v Wilson Taylor Asia Pacific Pte Ltd [2016] SGHC 238 recently confirmed that a dispute-resolution agreement constituted a valid arbitration agreement, even if it only granted one party the right to elect to arbitrate a dispute.
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U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear tobacco arbitration dispute

Tabaco2016 | Octubre 11
An arbitration panel found that six states, including Pennsylvania and Maryland, had not met their side of the bargain to ensure, as required, that companies that were part of the settlement did not disproportionately lose market share as a result of the terms of the deal to competitors that shunned it.
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German Supreme Court upholds CAS arbitration agreement and award

Resultado de imagen de sports2016 | Septiembre 15
In a landmark decision dated 7 June 2016 (file no. KZR 6/15) the German Supreme Court has confirmed that the Court of Arbitration for Sport in Lausanne (CAS) is a properly constituted arbitral tribunal and that an arbitration clause included in agreements between an athlete and a monopolistic international sports association referring all disputes to the CAS was generally valid.
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EEUU | Federal | Tribunal Supremo | 2011 | AT&T Mobility LLC v. Concepcion Et Ux.

Banderas > América > USA

2011
Estados Unidos de América | United States of America
Jurisprudencia
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