Admissibility in International Arbitration: Chimera or Chameleon (or not)?

Michael Hwang, Winnie Jo-Mei Ma, Lim Wei Lee, May Tai

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Abstract


The decisions of recent English and Hong Kong cases appear to hold essentially that a party’s failure to comply with certain pre-conditions contained in a multi-tiered dispute resolution clause is a question of admissibility of the claim and not of the tribunal’s jurisdiction over the claim. Michael Hwang thinks the position is more nuanced, as set out in his article “The Chimera of Admissibility in International Arbitration”.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 26 Nov 2021
Event2nd Australasian Chapter Connect of ICC Institute of World Business Law - Webinar
Duration: 26 Nov 202126 Nov 2021

Seminar

Seminar2nd Australasian Chapter Connect of ICC Institute of World Business Law
Period26/11/2126/11/21

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