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Petitioners are to challenge all alternative reasons on which a particular decision is based

24 February 2017

Authors: Martin Bernet, Benjamin Gottlieb

In an Italian language decision, the Swiss Supreme Court rejected an application to set aside an award denying the petitioner's request to order a company (which was not a signatory to the arbitration agreement) to call a shareholders' meeting. It also rejected challenges based on public policy grounds and on alleged violations of the right to be heard. (Decision 4A_497/2015.)

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