In the first issue of the ASA Bulletin for 2018, Christopher Boog and Philip Wimalasena present the changes to the revised DIS arbitration rules, Anne-Marie Lacosteanalyses the French Cour de cassation decision in the Indagro case and its impact on enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in France, Leonid Shmatenko and Svitlana Bevz look at the arbitrability of corporate disputes in Ukraine, Philipp Haberbeck presents his research on recoverability of lost profits under Swiss law, and Philippe Hovaguimian takes a critical look at the relationship between the non-reviewability by the Swiss Federal Supreme Court of factual findings established by the arbitral tribunal and the safeguards of Article 190 of the Swiss Private International Law Act. In addition, 14 Swiss Federal Supreme Court decisions are reported.
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