Arbitration: A collision of two heads

Oliver Browne and Robert Price analyse the future direction of arbitration ‘Tribunals should be more mindful of the rights of parties suffering the consequences of guerrilla tactics than the potential for guerrillas to challenge the award.’ In 1989, Lord Mustill commented that ‘commercial arbitration [had] come far from its former roots’ but that it had …
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Cases Referenced

  • Goel & anor v Amega Ltd [2010] EWHC 2454 (TCC)
  • Triulzi Cesare SRL v Xinyi Group (Glass) Co Ltd [2014] SGHC 220