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Swiss Supreme Court: parties need not be forewarned that evidence is insufficient to prove alleged facts

02 February 2012

Authors: Nathalie Voser, Angelina M. Petti

In an Italian-language decision dated 18 October 2011, published on 19 December 2011, the Swiss Supreme Court dismissed an appeal to set aside an arbitral award, holding that the parties' right to be heard had not been violated when the sole arbitrator did not forewarn the parties that the evidence advanced was insufficient to establish a decisive fact.

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