Tag Archives: Third Party Funding in Arbitration

ICSID tribunal rules that it is neither necessary nor urgent to grant security for costs from a claimant with the benefit of third-party funding

An ICSID tribunal has rejected a State's application for security for costs in circumstances in which the other party had third-party funding in the form of ATE insurance which specifically provided for cover of the State's costs. Italy's request for … Continue reading

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Singapore arbitration update: Third Party Funding and New SIAC Rules 2016

This week has seen two major developments in Singapore arbitration. First, Singapore's Ministry of Law has published draft legislation to legalise and regulate third party funding for arbitration (and arbitration-related litigation and mediation) in Singapore. Second, the Singapore International Arbitration … Continue reading

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Filed under Arbitration rules, Asia, Institutions, Procedures in arbitration, South East Asia, Summary procedures, Uncategorized

ICC examines allocation of costs in international commercial arbitration

On 1 December, the Commission on Arbitration and ADR of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) issued a report intended to inform users of arbitration of the factors that tribunals consider when allocating costs between parties to arbitration. A 60-strong … Continue reading

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Hong Kong Law Reform Commission releases consultation paper on Third Party Funding in arbitration

The Hong Kong Law Reform Commission has today published a Consultation Paper recommending that third party funding should be permitted for arbitrations in Hong Kong. The Paper invites public comment on the recommendation, and how third party funding should be … Continue reading

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