Topic: Arbitrator challenges

Italian arbitrator loses appeal over recusal

An arbitrator who was disqualified from a €3 billion insurance dispute after being accused of taking a bribe has lost an appeal against his recusal before Italy's highest court - as he faces a new lawsuit from the party that made the allegation.

15 September 2017

Alexandrov survives Pakistan's challenge over "rare" damages model

Bulgarian arbitrator Stanimir Alexandrov has survived an attempt by Pakistan to unseat him from an ICSID tribunal because of its reliance on a supposedly "rare" valuation method that he has also invoked in another case in which he is acting as counsel.

08 September 2017

New light on Ecuador’s efforts to unseat Schwebel

As Ecuador awaits a final award in a denial of justice claim by a US pharmaceuticals company, details of the state’s two failed attempts to disqualify US arbitrator Stephen M Schwebel from the case have come to light, along with a decision on interim measures.

19 May 2017

Whole tribunal challenged over due process in Stockholm case

At a time when challenges on the grounds of due process are causing concern, Matthew Parish of Gentium Law in Geneva has sought the removal of the tribunal in a long-running Stockholm shipping arbitration because of alleged ex parte communication and an accumulation of other complaints.

27 November 2016

Arbitrator fights bribery suit in New York

An Italian arbitrator has instructed counsel to defend him in a US lawsuit where he is accused of taking a bribe to determine the outcome of a €3 billion dispute between former insurance partners.

08 September 2016

Italian arbitrator disqualified after bribery challenge

12 May 2016

Italian arbitrator accused of corruption

18 April 2016

Tribunal chair resigns over firm links to Mauritanian opposition leader

21 March 2016

Fortier still standing after fifth topple attempt

17 March 2016

Stern still standing after double challenge

17 June 2015

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