Tag Archives: Jurisprudence

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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Filed under Arbitration clauses, Arbitration laws, Arbitrators, Asia, India

Madrid court sets aside awards on grounds of public order after reviewing merits

Under the Spanish Arbitration Law,[1] an arbitral award is final and binding and can only be challenged on six specific grounds, including that the award is contrary to public order.[2] Up until now, when considering challenges to arbitral awards, Spanish … Continue reading

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Filed under Awards, EU Law, Europe