Italian judges tend to uphold awards, research shows
Ten years after a reform of the Italian law doubled the grounds for challenging arbitral awards set out in the UNCITRAL Model Law, a researcher at Bocconi School of Law in Milan has found that Italian judges tend to uphold awards regardless.
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