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Swiss Supreme Court examines requirements for revision of arbitral awards

06 September 2012

Authors: Nathalie Voser, Anya George

In two French-language decisions of 28 June and 23 July 2012, respectively, the Swiss Supreme Court dealt in some detail with the procedural and substantive requirements for the revision of arbitral awards. The second case, which concerned domestic arbitration, raised several issues which are also of interest to international arbitration practitioners, in particular the question of the admissibility of a request for revision based on an expert report established after the award was made.

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Published in Practical Law Arbitration

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