Arbitration is a process by which parties to a dispute agree to have their dispute resolved by an impartial third party, called an arbitrator. Arbitration is a voluntary process, and the parties can agree on the rules that will govern the arbitration. Arbitration is often used to resolve commercial disputes, but it can also […]Read More The development of arbitration law in India
In a recent ruling, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed the validity of an arbitration clause in a contract between a consumer and a company. The case, Mazza v. Comcast Corp., involved a dispute over a customer’s cable bill. The customer argued that the arbitration clause was invalid because it […]Read More Recent Court Ruling Affirms Validity of Arbitration Clauses
Arbitration is a form of alternative dispute resolution that involves the use of a neutral third-party to resolve disputes between two or more parties. The parties agree to submit their dispute to an arbitrator or a panel of arbitrators, who then make a binding decision. Arbitration clauses are common in contracts and are important because […]Read More The Importance of Arbitration Clauses
Commercial Arbitration Act R.S.C., 1985, c. 17 (2nd Supp.) CHAPTER I General Provisions ARTICLE 1 Scope of Application (1) This Code applies to commercial arbitration, subject to any agreement in force between Canada and any other State or States. (2) The provisions of this Code, except articles 8, 9, 35 and 36, apply only if the place […]Read More Commercial Arbitration Act of Canada
United Nations Convention on Transparency in Treaty-based Investor-State Arbitration (New York, 2014) (the “Mauritius Convention on Transparency”) The “Mauritius Convention on Transparency” PDFRead More The “Mauritius Convention on Transparency” 2014
By Hefin Rees If we are to understand fully the present role of international commercial arbitration, and what shape it is likely to take in the future, it is important to look at past developments that are the basis for our current system of arbitration. In short, to understand the future you need to understand […]Read More Where Has International Commercial Arbitration Come From?
United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (New York, 10 June 1958), also known as the “New York Arbitration Convention” Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards Article I 1. This Convention shall apply to the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards made in the territory of […]Read More New York Arbitration Convention 1958