Work Area: Enforcement and set-aside

US court bows to Peruvian public policy

A federal court in New York has refused to enforce an award against Peru because it would breach a Peruvian cap on state payouts – but a dissenting judge says the decision will harm international efforts to promote arbitration.

10 January 2012

Roschier conflict leads to set-aside

A court in Sweden has set aside an award against KPMG because one of the arbitrators, a senior partner at Roschier in Stockholm, had a conflict of interests – a case that has prompted a disciplinary investigation by the Swedish bar association.

30 September 2011

KPMG alleges Roschier conflict

11 April 2011

Dallah: The long road to non-enforcement

01 December 2010

UAE takes baby steps over enforcement

01 December 2010

Arbitration and the courts: a Russian revolution?

Lawyers at a conference in Ukraine this week responded to the negative feedback on Moscow in the recent White & Case survey with wildly differing assessments of Russia's arbitration regime.

26 November 2010

Russian award set aside after arbitrator's death

28 July 2010

Singapore court annuls award on public policy grounds

19 July 2010

US court refuses to set aside Argentina awards

11 June 2010

DRC permitted to appeal on sovereign immunity

26 May 2010

Get unlimited access to all Global Arbitration Review content