The judgment was handed down by Lord Hodge, with whom Lord Reed, Lady Black and Lord Lloyd-Jones agree. Lady Arden gave a concurring judgment. The central issues to be determined on appeal concerned (i) whether and to what extent an arbitrator may accept multiple appointments involving a common party and overlapping subject matters without giving rise to an appearance of bias; (ii) and whether and to what extent an arbitrator may accept such appointments without disclosure.2
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-  UKSC 48.
- Halliburton v Chubb  UKSC 38, para 2.