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Supreme Court finds that right to appointment of expert by arbitral tribunal was not violated as request made out of time and not in proper form

04 August 2011

Authors: Nathalie Voser, Petra Rihar

In a German-language decision dated 14 June 2011, published on 7 July 2011, the Swiss Supreme Court dismissed an appeal to set aside an arbitral award, holding that the right to the appointment of an expert by the arbitral tribunal had not been violated, as the request was not made in time (that is, before the tribunal at the relevant stage of the proceedings) and in proper form.

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