14 Dec 2021: Andrew Goddard QC and Shourav Lahiri on “Challenges to arbitral awards on jurisdictional grounds” with Kim & Chang

8th Dec 2021

Date
14/12/2021

Time
5:00 pm Seoul

Location
Seoul (Virtual)

Andrew Goddard QC and Shourav Lahiri will discuss “Challenges to arbitral awards on jurisdictional grounds” with Kim & Chang‘s Sungjean Seo and Byung Woo Im in a seminar organised by Kim & Chang on Tuesday 14 December.

The panel will address recent legal developments with relevance to international projects in the construction/infrastructure, energy and shipbuilding sectors.

In this session, they will examine a number of recent cases in the courts of the UK and Asia Pacific dealing with challenges to arbitral awards founded on jurisdictional grounds.

The cases raise questions that are matters of concern for the parties and for the tribunal alike: what issues are before an arbitral tribunal for decision, how the scope of these matters may change as the arbitration progresses, how an award may purport to decide issues beyond the tribunal’s power and the distinction between law, fact and jurisdiction.

CASE LIST:

Betamax v State Trading Corporation [2021] UKPC 14

Province of Balochistan v Tethyan Copper Company Pty Ltd (Rev 1) [2021] EWHC 1884 (Comm)

CAI v CAJ [2021] SGCA 102

CDM v CDP [2021] SGCA 45

Chevron Australia PTY Ltd v CBI Constructors PTY Ltd [2021] WASC 323

TIMING:

5:00pm – 6:00 pm KST
8:00am – 9:00am GMT

 





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