- November 20, 2017
When an arbitrator and party representative are from the same set – conflict in Chambers?
It is common for an arbitrator and party representative to be from the same set of chambers, particularly if the dispute relates to a specialist area of law where there may be a small pool of arbitrators and counsel from which to draw. Is it an issue? And if it is, what should be done?
- November 24, 2016
Just to clarify: Xstrata Coal and Article 27.1 of the LCIA Rules
The recent decision in Xstrata Coal Queensland Pty Ltd v Benxi Iron & Steel (Group) International Economic & Trading Co Ltd provides useful guidance on when a court may extend time to allow an arbitral tribunal to clarify or remove ambiguity in their award by issuing a memorandum pursuant to Article 27.1 of the London … Continue reading Just to clarify: Xstrata Coal and Article 27.1 of the LCIA Rules →