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Aleksandra Orzeł

Problems in interpretation of inter-temporal provisions of the act amending the Polish arbitration law: Issue of the deadline for filing a petition to set aside an arbitration award

The Act of 10 September 2015 Amending Certain Acts to Encourage Amicable Methods of Dispute Resolution (the “Amending Act”) entered into force on 1 January 2016, reforming inter alia the regulations concerning the independence and impartiality of arbitrators and the system of post-arbitration proceedings, including proceedings before state courts to set aside arbitration awards and for recognition and enforcement of awards. read all

Key issues: petition to set aside arbitration award

published 24-02-2016 | id: 40024

Justyna Szpara

Invalidity of Arbitration Clause for Disputes under European Union Law: Ruling of the English High Court in Accentuate v Asigra

An arbitration clause is void insofar as it submits to resolution by an arbitration court disputes concerning mandatorily applicable provisions of European Union law. This was the ruling by Sir Michael Tugendhat, Judge of the English High Court of Justice, Queen’s Bench Division, in the judgment dated 30 October 2009 in Accentuate Ltd v Asigra Inc ([2009] EWHC 2655 QB). The ruling made Judge Tugendhat one of the personages most often mentioned during the IBA Arbitration Day seminar held on 5 March 2010 in London. The question was openly raised during panel discussions and coffee breaks whether this ruling has brought to an end the English courts’ reputation for being arbitration-friendly. read all

Key issues: arbitration agreement

published 21-06-2010 | id: 40005

Justyna Szpara

How is an insurer bound by an arbitration clause made by the insured?

The issue of third parties’ being bound by an arbitration clause has been the subject of lively debate recently among Polish legal commentators. This is not surprising, as the issue has great practical significance, and experience shows that most disputes concerning the scope of an arbitration clause have to do with the subjective aspect, i.e. whether a given entity is bound by an arbitration clause made by others. read all

Key issues: arbitration agreement

published 10-12-2012 | id: 40015

ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja (ADR. Arbitration and Mediation)

(Kwartalnik Polskiego Stowarzyszenia Sądownictwa Polubownego) Polish Arbitration Association Quarterly

The journal ADR. Arbitraż i Mediacja (ADR. Arbitration and Mediation) is published quarterly (spring, summer, fall and winter issues). It includes articles and other materials on issues related to arbitration, mediation and other forms of alternative dispute resolution: system-wide studies on specific legal institutions, comments on rulings, interdisciplinary works, cutting-edge works addressing legislative changes and trends in legal developments, and works addressing nagging or intriguing issues that arise in practice. The quarterly also publishes reports, reviews of Polish and foreign scholarly studies, bibliographical information, and rulings by arbitration courts and state courts addressing ADR issues.

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