Tag Archives: UNCITRAL arbitral award

Swiss Federal Tribunal refuses to set aside the Deutsche Telekom v India Award

We previously reported here that a Geneva-seated UNCITRAL tribunal (the “Tribunal“) constituted under the India-Germany Bilateral Investment Treaty dated 10 July 1995 (the “India-Germany BIT”) found India in breach of its treaty obligations in relation to its cancellation of a … Continue reading

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Filed under Challenges to awards, Court intervention, Enforcement - Europe, Europe, India, India Disputes, Investment Arbitration, ISDS

The Singapore High Court reiterates its reluctance to set aside arbitral awards except in “egregious cases”

In the case of Coal & Oil Co. LLC v GHCL Ltd [2015] SGHC 65, the Singapore High Court took the opportunity to reinforce that a party seeking to set aside an arbitral award on the grounds of breach of … Continue reading

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Filed under Asia, Awards, Challenges to awards, South East Asia

India liable under BIT for extensive judicial delays

An UNCITRAL tribunal in Singapore has held that the Republic of India breached its obligation under the India-Kuwait bilateral investment treaty (BIT) to provide investors with an “effective means of asserting claims and enforcing rights” through undue delay in the … Continue reading

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Filed under Enforcement, Hong Kong & China, India, Investment Arbitration, New York Convention, South East Asia