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Further Indian jurisprudence on appointments of former employees as arbitrators

Since our previous report on the Delhi High Court refusing to uphold an arbitration clause that provided for the tribunal to be comprised of one party’s employees or retired employees, there have been several cases which have provided useful guidance … Continue reading

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Paris Court of Appeal orders the retraction of an award made where one arbitrator lacked independence: the ongoing Tapie saga

In a remarkable judgment of 17 February 2015, rendered further to a rarely-seen application for revision of an arbitral award (which in this case lead to the retraction of the award), the Paris Court of Appeal overturned an arbitral award … Continue reading

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