When is an arbitral decision an “award”?
Raid Abu-Manneh, global co-head of the international arbitration group at Mayer Brown in London, considers a recent English court ruling against a Zambian state entity that addressed the principles by which an arbitral decision can be considered an “award” and therefore capable of being enforced or challenged.
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