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Service Issue 95 (November 2023) now available


Service Issue 95 (November 2023) brings the main work up to date to 5 August 2023. Chapters 1-3, 5, 8-9, 11, 14-15 and 18-21 have been updated. 

Some of the cases discussed in Service Issue 95 include:

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Arbitration Cause and Third Parties, 1st Edition


Arbitration Clauses and Third Parties compares different branches of law, namely shipping, reinsurance, and construction, where the legal notion of incorporation is often implemented. It evaluates how the differences and peculiarities of the said branches of law impact the outcome of the incorporation of arbitration clauses and therefore why a ‘one size fits all’ approach should be avoided. The book provides both an in-depth legal analysis of the incorporation of arbitration clauses as well as the legal position of the third parties regarding arbitration agreements and a detailed evaluation of the relevant case law. It further offers a unique comparative analysis of English law and Singapore law with regards to the incorporation of arbitration clauses and features recent case law on the issue from both jurisdictions. Moreover, the book explores the status of third parties to arbitration and a wide range of legal situations in which arbitration clauses bind third parties.

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Arbitration Law Monthly


Arbitration Law Monthly is a specially designed information service that provides you with critical and essential analysis of global arbitration court decisions. Covering a wide range of industries including construction, banking, energy, gas, insurance, oil and shipping, Arbitration Law Monthly offers you a convenient round-up of news, information and analysis in an easy-to-read format.

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Arbitration Law Monthly

Serious irregularity: decision not based on arguments

In Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Ltd v National Power Parks Management Co (Pvt) Ltd [2023] EWHC 316 (Comm) it was contended that the arbitrator had reached a decision on the basis of a case that neither party had put forward. Bright J found no substance in the argument.
Online Published Date:  08 Dec 2023
Appeared in issue:  Vol 24 No 1 - 08 Dec 2023

Jurisdiction: appeals

The appeal to the Court of Appeal in National Iranian Oil Co v Crescent Petroleum Co International Ltd and Another [2023] EWCA Civ 826; [2023] 2 Lloyd's Rep 279 raised important issues as to the operation of the appeal procedure in the Arbitration Act 1996, in particular the circumstances where there can be an appeal without the permission of the trial judge.
Online Published Date:  08 Dec 2023
Appeared in issue:  Vol 24 No 1 - 08 Dec 2023

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