Commercial And Chancery Bar: Sealing the victory
Every winning party dreads the consequences of a challenge to an arbitral award. But the outcome of a recent arbitration in London illustrates how English law can protect the interests of the winning party. William Godwin reports
If you are the winning party to an arbitration, but the other side decides to mount a challenge to the award under sections 67 or 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996, or tries to appeal under section 69, how do you protect your position with respect to the award, pending the challenge or appeal?
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