Multiple cases, one arbitrator
Using common arbitrators for related arbitrations is a regular practice to save time and costs and avoid inconsistent decisions, but challenges to their appointment are becoming increasingly common. Tay Yong Seng of Allen & Gledhill in Singapore seeks to distinguish the baseless objections that can be dismissed quickly from the ones that raise real concerns.
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