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Arbitration agreements – don’t play chicken with imprecise drafting
Insight 26 May 2020

The decision in Inghams Enterprises Pty Ltd v Hannigan [2020] NSWCA 82 found that a dispute was improperly referred to arbitration because the claim for unliquidated damages was not a dispute that fell within the scope of the arbitration agreement. This decision highlights the importance of precise drafting for all dispute resolution clauses. ...

PNG proposes a new regime for arbitration
Insight 26 Feb 2020

Papua New Guinea has proposed a new regime for domestic and international arbitrations: the Arbitration Bill 2019. If enacted, it has the potential to provide greater certainty for arbitrations in PNG, and the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards within PNG. ...

The new Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights Arbitration – effective remedy or strange chimera?
Insight 10 Feb 2020

The recently launched Hague Rules on Business and Human Rights Arbitration are an innovative framework for the resolution of business and human rights disputes through international arbitration. We look at how they operate and why companies might elect to arbitrate under the new regime. ...

PNG draft Arbitration Bill 2019 – what is proposed?
Insight 05 Nov 2019

Following Papua New Guinea's accession to the United Nations Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards (read our Insight on PNG's accession to the New York Convention ...

PNG accedes to the New York Convention – what will change?
Insight 07 Aug 2019

Papua New Guinea (PNG) recently acceded to the UN Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards, which is likely to increase its attractiveness to foreign investors. ...

Australian investor wins big at ICSID
Insight 24 Jul 2019

In a landmark decision, the Government of Pakistan has been ordered to pay $US5.84 billion ($A8.3 billion) to Australian mining company Tethyan Copper Company after its application for a mining lea ...

Singapore Convention on Mediation: a step towards easier enforcement of international settlements
Insight 11 Jul 2019

On 7 August 2019, the United Nations Convention on International Settlement Agreements resulting from Mediation (the Convention) will be open for signature.  It will come into force six months after three countries have signed, with Singapore expected to be the first State to do so. ...

International Arbitration - Australian courts' power to grant interim freezing orders
Insight 02 Nov 2018

The WA Court of Appeal has taken an expansive view of the power that Australian courts have to grant interim orders in support of international arbitrations Specifically it has confirmed that their power to grant interim freezing orders is not limited to orders that extend only until the arbitral ...

Subpoenas under the IAA: Foreign-seated arbitrations need not apply
Insight 18 Oct 2017

A recent Federal Court decision suggests a narrow approach to judicial support of international arbitrations limiting access to evidence located in Australia for parties of foreign-seated arbitrations Partner Nick Rudge and Overseas Lawyer Caroline Swartz-Zern report ...

Report: Wrap-Up of Sydney Arbitration Week 2016
Insight 06 Dec 2016

The Allens Arbitration group reports on some highlights from Sydney Arbitration Week which is an important event on the arbitration calendar Discussion among local and international participants included some of the biggest challenges facing the future of international arbitration and practical tips ...

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