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Australian Full Federal Court decision highlights the importance of explicitly binding all parties to an arbitration agreement

On 25 January 2017, the Full Federal Court of Australia dismissed Trina Solar US, Inc.’s (Trina) appeal from an earlier decision of a single Federal Court Judge not to exercise residual discretion to refuse Jasmin Solar Pty Ltd (Jasmin) leave to … Continue reading

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Filed under Arbitration clauses, Australia, Court intervention, Enforcement, The Americas, Third-Party Rights

A breakthrough for Financial Services Arbitration?

Nicholas Peacock, Dominic Kennelly and Emily Blanshard consider the arbitral award and judgment of the English High Court in Travis Coal Restructured Holdings LLC v Essar Global Fund Ltd – which suggest that summary procedures may be available to tribunals … Continue reading

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Filed under Challenges to awards, Enforcement, Europe, New York Convention

Application to remove arbitrators for bias – not on District Court’s watch

In a robust judgment, the US District Court of the Southern District of New York has rejected PK Time’s application to remove two arbitrators for alleged bias during its arbitration against Mr Robert (PK Time Group, LLC v. Robert, Docket … Continue reading

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