In the fourth issue of the ASA Bulletin for 2018, Karin GRAF and Brigitte UMBACH-SPAHZ explore when a foreign arbitral award can be enforced in Swiss insolvency proceedings against an insolvent defendant, Bernhard BERGER analyses how insolvency affects arbitration agreements in Switzerland, Mahutodji Jimmy Vital KODO provides a general overview of the current OHADA Arbitration legal framework, Sami TANNOUS, Matei PURICE, Mohamed KHANATY consider the Federal Arbitration Law is a positive development which will strengthen the UAE’s position as a leading regional hub for arbitration. Bernd EHLE presents the most remarkable innovations namely the arbitral tribunal’s power to appoint a technical expert as a consultant, and the possibility for the parties to agree on a procedure for an urgent determination of specific legal issues, Daniel GREINEDER considers the value of “soft law” instruments in international commercial arbitration, Stavroula ANGOURA analyses the judgment and what it means in terms of arbitrators’ duty to disclose, Caroline DOS SANTOS reports on a decision of the Brussels Court of Appeal of 29.8.2018 in the RFC Seraing v FIFA saga.
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