Swiss Federal Supreme Court Confirms that Not the Tribunal’s Legal Reasoning, but Only…..

In its decision published 6 January 2021, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court (“SFSC”) dismissed a challenge because in its view, the arbitrator had not violated public policy by finding in favour of a company that refused to pay commissions under an agency contract obtained through fraudulent behaviour (case no. 4A_346/2020 (in French)).

Read the complete story here.

Featured Arbitrators

ad
View all

Read these next

Category

Arbitration Tips-N-Tools (TNT): Round 9

In this round of Arbitration Tips-N-Tools, Professor Amy Schmitz asks some of the leading arbitration practitioners about witness examinations during virtual hearings, especially in a digital world and faced with...

By Julie Hopkins, Rachel Goedken, Linda Michler, Amy Schmitz
Category

FINRA DRS Postpones In-Person Hearings through April. Are Virtual Hearings Driving Down Customer Recoveries? These Researchers Say “Yes”

This article first appeared on the Securities Arbitration Alert ('SAA') blog, here. FINRA’s Office of Dispute Resolution Services (“DRS”) has again administratively postponed all in-person arbitration and mediation hearings, and...

By George Friedman
Category

Arbitration Tips-N-Tools (TNT): Round 3

In this round of Arbitration Tips-N-Tools, Professor Amy Schmitz asks some of the leading arbitration practitioners about obtaining discovery in arbitration, especially in a digital world and faced with the...

By George Friedman, Theo Cheng, Daniel Urbas, DeAndra Roaché, Amy Schmitz

Find an Arbitrator

X
X
X