Topic: Consolidation and joinder

Brown Rudnick sues construction client after ICDR win

US firm Brown Rudnick has sued to recover fees from an Austrian construction client after successfully defending it in a US$100 million ICDR arbitration.

01 October 2021

Japanese contractor declares win in oil sands dispute

A Japanese engineering company says it has largely defeated a US$240 million claim by the operator of an Alberta oil sands project.

30 September 2021

Sberbank escapes conspiracy claims in London

The Commercial Court in London has refused to hear conspiracy claims worth US$300 million against Russia’s largest bank – a dispute over an insolvent refinery that has also given rise to an LCIA arbitration.

08 July 2021

Singapore court sides with LCIA panel on forced joinder

The Singapore High Court has said an LCIA tribunal was right to refuse to join a third party to a dispute over a real estate venture, finding that it had not consented to the joinder simply by being a signatory to the same arbitration agreement.

26 March 2021

ICC panel told to revisit Bangladeshi diesel plant award

The Swiss Supreme Court has ordered an ICC tribunal to reconsider its decision to uphold jurisdiction over claims against a South Korean subcontractor on a project to build a diesel power plant in Bangladesh.

14 December 2020

The new LCIA rules’ consolidation rule – a trap for the unwary

Stuart Dutson, partner and head of international arbitration at Simmons & Simmons, and Basil Woodd-Walker, managing associate, argue that in trying to solve one problem, the new LCIA rules create another – a risk that awards in consolidated arbitrations could be challenged on the grounds that one or more parties have been able to exercise their right to choose an arbitrator.

02 October 2020

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