Six of our international arbitration lawyers have contributed their expertise to the first edition of Global Arbitration Review’s The Guide to Challenging and Enforcing Arbitration Awards. The two-part guide offers practical know-how on challenging and enforcing arbitration awards.

Enforcement used to be an irrelevance in international arbitration. Most losing parties simply paid. Not so any more. The time spent on post-award matters has increased vastly.

The Guide to Challenging and Enforcing Arbitration Awards is a comprehensive volume that addresses this new reality. It offers practical know-how on both sides of the coin: challenging, and enforcing, awards. Part I provides a full thematic overview, while Part II delves into the specifics seat by seat. In total, the Guide covers 29 arbitration seats.

Authors: Sally-Ann Underhill M. Cristina Cárdenas Chloe J. Carswell Lucy M. Winnington-Ingram Kohe Hasan Shourav Lahiri

Reed Smith contributors and their respective chapters

Part 1: Issues Relating to Challenging and Enforcing Arbitration Awards

Sally-Ann Underhill and Cristina Cárdenas: Awards: Early Stage Consideration of Enforcement Issues. This chapter looks at what you should consider in terms of enforcement of any award obtained, before starting arbitration proceedings.

Chloe Carswell and Lucy Winnington-Ingram: Awards: Challenges Based on Misuse of Tribunal Secretaries. This chapter addresses the growing body of jurisprudence dealing with challenges to arbitrators based on the role and responsibilities of the Tribunal Secretary.

Part 2: Challenging and Enforcing Arbitration Awards: Jurisdictional Know-How

Kohe Hasan and Shourav Lahiri: Jurisdictional Know-How: Singapore. This chapter explores the various issues that usually arise in challenges to awards and to their enforcement in Singapore.

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