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Swiss Federal Supreme Court holds right to be heard not violated

03 September 2009

Authors: Nathalie Voser, Petra Rihar

In a decision dated 23 June 2009, published on 12 August 2009, the Swiss Federal Supreme Court held that the right to be heard is not violated where an arbitral tribunal bases its decision on a written submission of a third party, and the parties to the proceedings had enough time to comment on such written submission.

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