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Standard applied when examining petitioner's legitimate interest in having arbitral award set aside must not be overly restrictive

05 May 2011

Authors: Nathalie Voser, Anya George

In a French-language decision dated 11 April 2011 and published on 15 April 2011, the Swiss Supreme Court ruled that the petitioner could still have a legitimate interest in requesting that a CAS award be set aside, even if the sanction for non-payment which was the object of the award had in the meantime been lifted following payment by the petitioner.

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