Privilege and Confidentiality in International Commercial Arbitration

Introduction I would like to start this post by giving a practical example. An English Rugby team and an American Football team decide to play the game of ‘Rugby’. English had seen Americans playing Rugby which was not actually Rugby but American Football. But since both looks somewhat similar, the English team was under the…

The ‘Twilight issues’ series: Interest on Award and the possible way to determine it in absence of any uniformly applicable law

Image Courtesy: Forbes In furtherance to The ‘Twilight issues’ series: Determination of applicable law on the status of non-signatories in international commercial arbitration, in this blog I am dealing with the issue of interest on award and determinants involved in its quantification. In the absence of express provisions allowing the arbitrators to award  interest and…

The ‘Twilight issues’ series: Possible way outs for the arbitral tribunal in addressing the issues of Privilege and Availability of interim relief

Image Courtesy: Forbes In pursuance with forthcoming event of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) on “Twilight Issues” In International Arbitration Maxwell Chambers, Singapore scheduled on 18th May, 2018, I would like to shed some light on some of these issues by way of this blog. In the above SIAC’s post, Twilight issues are defined…