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Halliburton v Chubb: UK Supreme Court clarifies the position on arbitrators’ duties of impartiality and disclosure in London-seated arbitrations

In Halliburton Company v Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd [2020] UKSC 48, the UK Supreme Court dismissed Halliburton’s appeal concerning its application to remove an arbitrator for apparent bias on the facts. However, it also emphasised the importance of arbitrator impartiality in London-seated arbitrations.

French Supreme Court confirms binding nature of time limits applicable to challenges to arbitrators under the arbitration rules chosen by the parties

Abstract: The French Supreme Court recently rendered a highly anticipated decision in Tecnimont v. Avax, a case which had been the subject of proceedings before French Courts for more than six years. The Supreme Court held that a party who, with knowledge of the relevant facts, refrains in arbitration proceedings from exercising its right to challenge an arbitrator within the time limit set out in the applicable arbitration rules, must be deemed to have waived that right in relation to subsequent proceedings to set aside the award. On this ground,