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Swiss Supreme Court applies strict approach to three setting aside petitions

05 May 2011

Authors: Nathalie Voser, James Menz

In one French and two German-language decisions published in late March and early April 2011, the Swiss Supreme Court, in line with its traditionally restrictive approach, rejected petitions to set aside arbitral awards under Article 190 of the Private International Law Act. The cases reflect no new law but shed light on existing doctrine.

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