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Appealing an International Arbitration Award: Drafting the International Arbitration Clause, Part 4 of 4

It is generally accepted that an international arbitration award is final and binding. Unlike a court judgment that can be appealed for factual and legal review, an arbitration award typically can only be challenged based on...more

Rules for Appointing an Emergency Arbitrator: Drafting the International Arbitration Clause, Part 3 of 4

It has long been the accepted norm in international arbitration that an arbitral tribunal has the jurisdiction to order interim measures relating to the subject matter of the dispute. It also has been long accepted that a...more

Arbitrator Selection in Multiparty Disputes

Many people believe that appointing an arbitrator is the most critical decision during an arbitration. In the “typical” two-party arbitration, this objective is easily met either by choosing rules that provide for direct...more

International Centre for Dispute Resolution (“ICDR”) Revised Rules Came Into Effect on June 2014

International arbitration has gained increasing acceptance and popularity around the world as a mechanism to resolve cross-border disputes. In recent years, however, complaints have grown louder that international...more

ICCA 2014. Does “Male, Pale, And Stale” Threaten The Legitimacy Of International Arbitration? Perhaps, But There’s No Clear Path...

On Monday, 7 April, at the 2014 ICCA Miami Conference, the international-arbitration community gathered to address the question, “Who are the arbitrators?” The answer, panel attendees were told, was “male, pale, and stale” –...more

American Arbitration Association Adopts New Appellate Rules

The American Arbitration Association (“AAA”) has now adopted Optional Appellate Arbitration Rules. The Appellate Rules, which became effective November 1, 2013, provide an optional appellate process for arbitrations before...more

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