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DAB decisions are immediately enforceable, says Singapore court

A failure by one party to comply with the decision of a Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB) under a FIDIC ( International Federation of Consulting Engineers ) form of contract can be directly referred to arbitration, the Singapore Court of Appeal said last week.... 08 Jun 2015

Survey of international energy firms reveals 'surprising' support for online dispute resolution, says expert

Industry-wide research by the International Centre for Energy Arbitration (ICEA) has revealed growing support for the use of online dispute resolution, even for higher value and more complex claims. 20 May 2015

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CJEU allows arbitrators' anti-suit injunction, but those hoping for review of West Tankers disappointed, says expert

EU member states are obliged to recognise anti-suit injunctions issued by arbitral tribunals, but not those issued by the courts of other member states, the EU's highest court has confirmed. 18 May 2015

EU call for global investment arbitration court is over-ambitious, says expert

A global arbitration court is needed to hear disputes between investors and governments, the EU said in a concept paper looking at ISDS (investor-state dispute settlement) under the proposed TTIP (transatlantic trade and investment partnership).  07 May 2015

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