Level 5, 160 St Georges Terrace PERTH
The use of domestic and international arbitrations in commerce is growing exponentially. One of the key areas of complaint as to the conduct of domestic and international commercial arbitrations is that a party has not been afforded procedural fairness or that there has been a breach of the rules of natural justice in the conduct of the arbitration. Several recent significant cases have examined the legislative framework for the setting aside of domestic and international commercial arbitration awards in circumstances where parties have complained that they have not been afforded procedural fairness or that there has been a breach of the rules of natural justice. This seminar examines the relevant legislative framework and the recent cases.
A light lunch will be provided.
1.5 points Competency 4 Substantive Law
Simon Bellas - Chair
Nunzio Lucarellie QC
Aickin Chambers, Melbourne