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Court of Appeal in Singapore warns against "backdoor appeals" as it dismisses UNCITRAL section 33 challenge

Parties to arbitration have been warned against using the courts to "launch backdoor appeals" by the Court of Appeal in Singapore. 22 Aug 2014

International arbitration centres experiencing an 'unprecedented increase' in commercial disputes

Major international arbitration centres are reporting an "unprecedented increase" in the number of commercial disputes referred to them, with caseloads rivalling those recorded in the immediate aftermath of the financial crisis. 08 Aug 2014

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High Court upholds recognition of US arbitral award, but delays enforcement to give losing party opportunity to challenge

The losing party in an arbitration case decided in the US has been prevented from setting aside recognition of the award in England, but can delay enforcement by the winning party until it has had a chance to challenge the award in the US, the High Court in... 05 Aug 2014

Record award for former Yukos investors after tribunal finds "political motivation" for Russia's actions

An arbitral tribunal sitting in The Hague has unanimously held that the Russian Federation breached its international obligations under the Energy Charter Treaty when it liquidated and part-nationalised the former Yukos Oil Company in 2007. 31 Jul 2014

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