Articles by HSF on Recent Developments in International Arbitration

PCERA foundation member Herbert Smith Freehills has authored and published a number of interesting and insightful  articles on recent cases and events considering international arbitration.

Hong Kong court confirms principles of enforcementConsideration of the Hong Kong case of KB v S that outlines a number of the considerations courts in that jurisdiction will take to the issue of enforcement and underlines its pro-enforcement stance generally.

Hong Kong Court of Appeal upholds Arbitration Ordinance limits on rights of appealThe Hong Kong decision which upholds the constitutionality of sections of the Arbitration Ordinance.

Which came first, the chicken or the egg?Considering the Singaporean High Court’s decision in Malini Ventura v Knight Capital to uphold principles of competence competence.

Seminar on whether Perth can become a hub for energy and resources arbitrationA recent seminar with the Chief Justice of the Western Australian Supreme Court, the Honourable Wayne Martin QC AC and hosted by Herbert Smith Freehills considers Perth’s potential in international arbitration.

Singapore Court of Appeal decision on the enforceability of “Interim Awards”Considers the substance over form considerations of Singaporean Courts to the enforceability of interim awards


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