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Supreme Court clarifies concept of "new" evidence as ground for revision of arbitral awards

05 May 2011

Authors: Nathalie Voser, Anya George

In an Italian-language decision of 10 February 2011, published on 7 April 2011, the Swiss Supreme Court rejected a request for revision of an arbitral award. In so doing, it set out the requirements which must be fulfilled in order for facts or evidence to be considered as "new" and to therefore serve as a basis for a request for revision.

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Published in Practical Law Arbitration

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