- September 23, 2019
Exemplary damage limitation? Award for potentially punitive damages upheld despite public policy concerns
Under English law, it has long been held that “exemplary damages ought not to be, and are not according to any true principle of law, recoverable” for claims in breach of contract. The injured party in a contractual claim is entitled to “adequate compensation in money for the loss of that which he would have … Continue reading Exemplary damage limitation? Award for potentially punitive damages upheld despite public policy concerns →
- October 5, 2018
2017 facts and figures: ICC, LCIA, SIAC
In July 2018, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) published a full report of its dispute resolution statistics for 2017. This blog compares the trends identified in the ICC figures with those released by the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) and Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) earlier in 2018.