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Inside Arbitration: Issue #5 of the publication from Herbert Smith Freehills’ Global Arbitration Practice

We are delighted to share with you the latest issue of the publication from the Herbert Smith Freehills Global Arbitration Practice, Inside Arbitration. In addition to sharing knowledge and insights about the markets and industries in which our clients operate, … Continue reading

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Filed under Arbitration laws, Arbitration proceedings, Asia, DIFC, Europe, Hong Kong & China, Interim relief, Investment Arbitration, ISDS, Middle East, Procedures in arbitration, Public International Law, Publications and Guides, South East Asia

Paris Bar Council indicates support for third-party funding

In a resolution adopted on 21 February 2017, the Paris Bar Council (Conseil de l'Ordre) indicated its support for third-party funding. The resolution confirms that third-party funding is in the interests of both clients and counsel, particularly in the context … Continue reading

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Filed under Costs, Europe, News, Third Party Funding

French Supreme Court finds that tribunal acted within Terms of Reference

In Cass. Civ. 1, n° 14-12.077, 18 March 2015, Semapa Investimento E Gestao SGPS v CRH PLC, the French Supreme Court considered an appeal from a Paris Court of Appeal decision dismissing an application to set aside an ICC arbitral … Continue reading

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Filed under Challenges to awards, Europe

Paris Court of Appeal enforces award under ICSID Additional Facility Rules between Gold Reserve and Venezuela

Abstract: In République Bolivarienne du Venezuela c/ Société Gold Reserve INC, Cour d’appel de Paris, Pôle 1 – Chambre 1, RG N° 14/21103, a judge sitting in the Paris Court of Appeal considered opposing applications regarding an award issued under … Continue reading

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Paris Court of Appeal considers scope of arbitrator’s obligation to disclose any potential conflicts of interest

 The Paris Court of Appeal has overturned a judgment granting exequatur (order for enforcement) of an arbitral award as a result of the sole arbitrator’s failure to disclose a potential conflict of interest. At the time of his appointment in … Continue reading

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