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Arbitrability of intra-corporate disputes

Arbitration is a consensual process. It is axiomatic that parties may only arbitrate those disputes that they have agreed to submit to arbitration. In some cases, after a dispute has arisen, parties to that dispute may agree to refer the … Continue reading

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Case Update: (1) Governing law of the arbitration agreement determines scope of arbitrability; (2) Disputes on bills of exchange fall within arbitration clause

We had previously discussed the case of Piallo GmbH v Yafriro International Pte Ltd, [2013] SGHCR 20 (“Yafriro (AR)”). The issue was whether a claim on certain dishonoured cheques paid pursuant to a Distributorship Agreement could avoid a stay of court … Continue reading

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