- March 8, 2021
Dice or no dice? Jurisdictional challenges under section 67 of Arbitration Act 1996
Two recent decisions of the English High Court have shed welcome light on the applicability and operation of section 67 of the Arbitration Act 1996 (AA 1996), which permits a party to apply to the court to challenge the substantive jurisdiction of an arbitral tribunal.
- June 7, 2019
To litigate or to arbitrate? Choosing a forum for construction disputes
Construction disputes are inherently complex, document-heavy and time-intensive. They often require the preparation of multifaceted technical fact and expert evidence, accompanied by multiple rounds of lengthy pleadings and submissions. It is therefore no surprise that the nature of construction disputes makes them expensive to run. This is a key factor for all players in an … Continue reading To litigate or to arbitrate? Choosing a forum for construction disputes →