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Swiss Supreme Court sets aside arbitral award based on a violation of the right to be heard

30 September 2010

Authors: Nathalie Voser, Dorothee Schramm

In a French-language decision dated 26 May and published on 10 September 2010, the Swiss Supreme Court set aside an arbitral award based on a violation of the right to be heard. According to the Supreme Court, the arbitral tribunal had not taken into consideration a relevant allegation of the respondent in the arbitration. The Supreme Court, however, denied a violation of a right to be heard with regard to other complaints of the respondent.

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