- March 25, 2019
Preserving the right to arbitrate: where are the boundaries to an arbitration agreement?
Whether it is in the context of a jurisdiction challenge or by way of response to an application to restrain proceedings said to be in breach of an arbitration agreement, the wording of the arbitration clause is the usual starting point for determining the arbitrability of a dispute. The courts will be generous in their … Continue reading Preserving the right to arbitrate: where are the boundaries to an arbitration agreement? →
- December 12, 2017
Emergency interim relief: where do you go?
Despite the tensions that sometimes arise in the relationship between national courts and the institutions of international arbitration, one critical area of cooperation is the support that national courts provide by way of interim relief. One of the most obvious examples of that relief is the granting of freezing injunctions and disclosure orders restraining a … Continue reading Emergency interim relief: where do you go? →