Expedited Arbitration

2017 ICC Dispute Resolution Statistics show steady growth

The ICC has recently published its preliminary 2017 statistics, showing a slightly lower case load than the record-breaking 2016, but still indicating a steady long term growth. A total of 810 new cases were filed in 2017, involving 2316 parties … 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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Summary and expedited procedures in arbitration: good news for the financial services sector?

In this article, Nicholas Peacock, Dominic Kennelly and Anees Naim consider three recent developments which suggest that summary and expedited procedures are becoming more available in arbitrations. Will this make arbitration increasingly suitable for banks and financial institutions? This article … Continue reading

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Filed under Arbitration proceedings, Banking and Finance, Expedited Arbitration, Finance, Procedures in arbitration, Summary procedures