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A Rather Unexpected Ruling

In Dima y Gelesa c. Interurbano de Prensa, the Tribunal Superior de Justicia, Madrid, on February 28, 2017, has issued the rather unexpected ruling.

During the challenge proceedings of an award, the parties had agreed to waive the challenge.…

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Qualification as Arbitrator

In Tonic Star c. Allianz, the arbitration agreement required, for the appointment of the arbitrator, “not less than ten years experience of insurance or reinsurance”.

A QC with more than 10 years experience in such a field was appointed …

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The Arbitrator’s Pledge

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THE ARBITRATOR’S PLEDGE

LAUNCHED BY THE EUROPEAN COURT OF ARBITRATION
Mauro Rubino-Sammartano*

Arbitration, as any other human “product,” may have defects, but this is not necessarily frequent. In other words, this does not mean in the least

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Doubts as to Emergency Arbitration

The Emergency Arbitration rules which were introduced in Singapore and Hong Kong, then by the ICC, in the waive of the Uncitral Model Law revision, which provides for enforcement of emergency arbitration awards is nevertheless a source of doubts.

First

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