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Our Blog turns 1 today!

We’ve come a long way since our first post 12 months ago: 115 posts, several of which have been reproduced or cited in legal and industry journals; 4,000 or so views a month from a truly global audience (from more … Continue reading

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Do the 2012 stats reveal an abuse of the right to challenge an arbitral award for serious irregularity?

[Editors Note: We are very pleased to host an excellent article by Olswang’s Katerina Maidment on whether the 2012 UK court statistics show that parties who have lost an arbitration have sought to abuse section 68 of the UK Arbitration Act … Continue reading

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Indian arbitration users and the Singapore appeal

Just how attractive is Singapore as an arbitration venue for Indian parties? According to figures released by the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) in their Statistical Report on India 2000-2010 and 2011 Annual Report, the SIAC handled more cases involving … Continue reading

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