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When is standard for waiver of recourse against arbitral award met

30 April 2014

Authors: James Menz, Hannah Boehm

The Swiss Supreme Court has dismissed a petition to set aside an award finding that parties had validly excluded any right of recourse against the arbitral award in their arbitration agreement. The decision confirms the Supreme Court's settled case law regarding the necessary content of a waiver clause pursuant to Article 192(1) of the Private International Law Act. (Decision 4A_577/2013.)

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