Tag Archives: Expedited Procedure

PRC Court refuses to enforce an SIAC award made under Expedited Procedure

The Shanghai No.1 Intermediate Court (the Shanghai Court) recently refused to enforce a SIAC award under Article V(1)(d) of the New York Convention, which provides that the award may be refused if “[T]he composition of the arbitral authority or the … Continue reading

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Filed under Asia, Awards, Challenges to awards, Enforcement, Hong Kong & China

Revised ICC Rules now in force

The revised ICC Rules came into force yesterday, 1 March 2017. The ICC has not introduced substantive changes to the main body of the Rules, but has focused on the introduction of an expedited procedure for small claims, as well as general … Continue reading

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ICC ANNOUNCES A NEW EXPEDITED PROCEDURE TO COME INTO FORCE MARCH 2017

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has announced changes to its Rules of Arbitration (ICC Rules) which will come into force on 1 March 2017. The changes include the introduction of an expedited procedure for small claims, as well as … Continue reading

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English High Court has no power to grant urgent relief under Arbitration Act where urgent relief could be granted by expedited tribunal or emergency arbitrator under LCIA Rules

In the recent case of Gerald Metals SA v Timis [2016] EWHC 2327 (Ch), the English High Court considered its power to grant urgent relief under s 44(3) of the Arbitration Act 1996 ("Act") in circumstances where timely and effective … Continue reading

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The Singapore Court adopts a pragmatic approach in its consideration of various aspects of a jurisdictional challenge

In the case of AQZ v ARA , the Singapore High Court has provided useful guidance and clarification on a number of procedural issues relating to jurisdictional challenges which will be of interest to arbitration practitioners both in Singapore and … Continue reading

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