- June 17, 2021
Composite requests: one step forward or two steps back?
Procedural flexibility is one of the pillars of international arbitration. In the past year and a half, we have seen how procedural flexibility enables international arbitration to meet and rise above the challenges of a global pandemic. Arbitration practitioners around the world seamlessly and efficiently extended the existing use of video conferencing from case management … Continue reading Composite requests: one step forward or two steps back? →
- November 2, 2020
Powers of correction: the tribunal’s power to correct awards…a Hong Kong and Singaporean perspective
Everybody makes mistakes and arbitral tribunals are no exception. Awards may contain typographical or arithmetical errors that require correction. In some cases, the wording of the award may be ambiguous and the parties may require additional clarification from the tribunal in order to be able to give effect to the award.