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Process & Industrial Developments Limited V. Nigeria: Exception Under The Fsia When Award Has Been Set Aside By A Court Of The Country “Under The Law Of Which” The Award Was Made, Ndifreke Uwem May 2019

Process & Industrial Developments Limited V. Nigeria: Exception Under The Fsia When Award Has Been Set Aside By A Court Of The Country “Under The Law Of Which” The Award Was Made, Ndifreke Uwem

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

In March 2018, Process & Industrial Developments Limited (P&ID) filed a petition at the United States District Court for the District of Columbia to confirm an arbitral award against the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The proceedings were conducted in three phases – jurisdictional, liability, and damages. The arbitration provision in the underlying contract hardly represented a model of clarity. It provided for the application of the Nigerian arbitration act to any dispute between the parties. On the other hand, it specified London as the “venue” of the proceedings. This posed a problem as to whether Nigeria was the juridical seat of ...


Bg Group V. Argentina: A Reiteration Of Undesired Complexity For A Simple Principle: Kompetenz-Kompetenz Under The Faa And The Uncitral Model Law, Ndifreke Uwem Jun 2018

Bg Group V. Argentina: A Reiteration Of Undesired Complexity For A Simple Principle: Kompetenz-Kompetenz Under The Faa And The Uncitral Model Law, Ndifreke Uwem

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The Convergence Awakens: How Principles Of Proportionality And Calls For Cooperation Are Reshaping The E-Discovery Landscape, Tevor Gillum May 2016

The Convergence Awakens: How Principles Of Proportionality And Calls For Cooperation Are Reshaping The E-Discovery Landscape, Tevor Gillum

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Stop! In The Name Of Ethics, Before You Break My Bank Account: The "Conflicting" Rights Guaranteed To Parties In International Arbitration By Hrvatska V. Slovenia And Rompetrol V. Romania, And Their Potential As Tactical Weapons, Misbah Farid May 2013

Stop! In The Name Of Ethics, Before You Break My Bank Account: The "Conflicting" Rights Guaranteed To Parties In International Arbitration By Hrvatska V. Slovenia And Rompetrol V. Romania, And Their Potential As Tactical Weapons, Misbah Farid

University of Miami International and Comparative Law Review

International arbitration offers many rights, such as the right to counsel of choice and the right to an independent and impartial arbitration panel and proceeding. However, these guarantees, while they ensure the rights of parties and allow international arbitration to be a viable dispute resolution forum, can also be used as weapons. The viability of these rights as weapons is what reconciles the seemingly conflicting cases of Hrvatska v. Slovenia and Rompetrol v. Romania. Hrvatska sets forth an arbitration tribunal's inherent right to ensure and regulate the proceedings so as to guarantee the rights offered by international arbitration, while ...


Doctrinal Development In United States Arbitration: A Metamorphosis Of Paradigms Beyond Gregor Samsa's Imagination, Pedro J. Martinez-Fraga Oct 2007

Doctrinal Development In United States Arbitration: A Metamorphosis Of Paradigms Beyond Gregor Samsa's Imagination, Pedro J. Martinez-Fraga

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Paris, The City Of Arbitration?, Pierre Bellet Jan 1991

Paris, The City Of Arbitration?, Pierre Bellet

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