Other cases

    • (1977) Volume II: US 9
    • (1978) Volume III: ITALY 18 [sub 4a (illegal behavior of party)]
    • (1981) Volume VI: US 30 [sub 2 (agreement under duress)]; US 32 [sub 3-4 (application of French statutory interest)]
    • (1984) Volume IX: INDIA 9 [sub 3-5 (export prohibition)]
    • (1985) Volume X: ITALY 69 [sub 10 (Italian foreign exchange regulations)]; ITALY 72 [sub 3 (according to Italian law)]; AUSTRIA 7
    • (1986) Volume XI: US 59 [sub 20-21 (choice of law and antitrust)]; US 61 [sub 1-6 (contradicting testimony)]; US 65 [sub 5-6 (unavailability of evidence due to national security)]; INDIA 11 [sub 7-12 (export prohibition)]; ITALY 81 [sub 2-3 (Italian foreign exchange regulations)]
    • (1987) Volume XII: ITALY 93 [sub 2 (settlement)]
    • (1988) Volume XIII: UK 22 [sub 19-28 (application of ?internationally accepted principles of law governing contractual relations?)]; US 74 [sub 1-19 (manifest disregard of the law) and 29 (interest penal in nature)]; SWITZERLAND 16 [sub 10 (speculation)]
    • (1989) Volume XIV: ROMANIA 1 [sub 3-4 (unjust enrichment)]
    • (1990) Volume XV: US 87 ; US 88 [sub 8 (Pakistan judgment declaring arbitration clause and proceeding void)]; US 92 [sub 8-10 (invalid agreement; US 97 [sub 19-23 (bankruptcy)]; INDIA 18 [sub 42-47 (compounded interest) and 51-52 (extensive cost)]
    • (1991) Volume XVI: INDIA 19 [sub 18-33 (compounded interest) and 34-35 (arbitration costs)]; INDIA 20 [sub 17 (claim time-barred)]; FINLAND 1 (bankruptcy); GERMANY 35 [sub 12 (lack of financial resources to hire lawyer)]
    • (1992) Volume XVII: US 115 [sub 34-40 (manifest disregard of the law; KOREA 2 [sub 12 (general reference)]; ITALY 110 [sub 11-12 (malicious commencement of arbitration)]; GERMANY 36 [sub 8-14 (prohibition clause GAFTA 100) and 18-23 (interest on award)]; GERMANY 38 [sub 8-10 (witness testified contrary to facts)]
    • (1993) Volume XVIII: US 125 [sub 7-11 (rubber stamping of findings of other arbitral tribunal)]; US 135 [sub 10-14 (manifest disregard of the law)]; CANADA 3 [sub 13 (failure to take oath)]; HONG KONG 4 [sub 9-11 (payment of foreign tax)]; HONG KONG 5 [sub 1-8 (kidnap of witness)]
    • (1994) Volume XIX: FRANCE 19 [sub 12-13 (shifting burden of proof)]; HONG KONG 7 [sub 6-12 (conflicting evidence)]
    • (1995) Volume XX: US 185 [sub 14-16 (manifest disregard of the law)]; INDIA 22 [sub 18-39 and 40-51 (foreign exchange), 52-54 (disregard of court orders), 55-61 (compounded interest), 62-63 (damages on damages) and 64-72 (unjust enrichment)]; AUSTRALIA 11 [sub 46-60 (vague and sweeping interlocutory orders)]
    • (1996) Volume XXI: US 196 [sub 5-13 (conflict of interest of party?s lawyer)]; US 206 [sub 9 (duress and coercion)]; KOREA 3 [sub 10-11 (statute of limitations; FRANCE 24 [sub 14-18 and 25-29 (corruption)]; ITALY 132 [sub 13-17 (currency regulations; MOROCCO 1 [sub 1 and 4-7 (public law)]; GERMANY 44 [sub 15-17 (arbitrator?s choice of language) and 18-20 (no expert appointed)]; LUXEMBOURG 1 [sub 24 (fraud)]; NETHERLANDS 19 [sub 23 (ex parte consultation)]; NETHERLANDS 20 [sub 11-13 and 19-21 (danger of conflicting decisions)]
    • (1997) Volume XXII: US 222 [sub 8 (award not absurd or irrational)]; US 223 [sub 14-15 (political changes; US 229 [sub 17-21 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 235 [sub 6 (due process defense under Art. V(2)(b) duplicates Art. V(1)(b))], 12-23 (limitation of cross-examination), 23 (refusal to require disclosure of information), 24-26 (failure to require production of letter) and 27 (exclusion of rebuttal evidence)]; FRANCE 26 [sub 10-11 (lack of reasons)]; ITALY 142 [sub 6 and 19 (currency of award)]; BELGIUM 10 [sub 74-78 in fact 79-81 (insufficient, contradictory reasons)]; MALAYSIA 1 ; SINGAPORE 1 [sub 23-24 (failure to decide on real matter in dispute)]; SWITZERLAND 28 [sub 23 (compounded interest)]
    • (1998) Volume XXIII: UK 51 [sub 9-105 (bribery) and 72-105 (perjury)]; US 264 [sub 2-4 (reference to other arbitral award)]
    • (1999) Volume XXIV: UK 53 [sub 18-31 (?substantial injustice? and failure to disclose award)]; UK 54 ; UK 55 [sub 1-15 (bribery)]; US 271 [sub 10-21 (fraud)]; US 273 [sub 11-13 (failure to make third party a party to the arbitration)]; US 274 ; US 276 [sub 15-19 (?side switching? by expert witness) and 20-22 (award ?arbitrary and capricious?)]; US 280 [sub 10-13 (forged contract)]; KENYA 1 ; GERMANY 48 [sub 3 (alleged violation by arbitration of German law)]; HONG KONG 15 [sub 44-46 (public policy forum), sub 60-63, 68-72 and 82-89 (inspection of factory in the absence of respondent)]; EUROPEAN UNION 1 [sub 14-17 (Art. 81 EC Treaty is matter of public policy)]
    • (2001) Volume XXVI: UK 58 [sub 8-14 (incapable of forming an enforceable judgment and post-award cross-claim)]; US 340 [sub 39-45 (separability of arbitral clause); US 359 [sub 17-19 (shifting the burden of proof)]; US 360 [sub 2-7 (manifest disregard for the law)]; US 361 ; HONG KONG 16 [sub 15-17 (sham contract)]
    • (2002) Volume XXVII: US 366 [sub 12-14 (false statements) and sub 15-16 (punitive damages)]; US 379 [sub 15-23 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 387 [sub 60-71 (violation of abuse of rights doctrine)]; US 400 ; US 401 [sub 20 (manifest disregard of the law)]
    • (2003) Volume XXVIII: US 427 [sub 7-13 (award of costs)]; US 429 [sub 4-20 (violation of competition law)]; US 440 ; NORWAY 2 [sub 4-7 (lack of dictum)]; HONG KONG 17 [sub 83-85 (award directs party to violate national law) and 86-91 (failure to disclose relevant insurance policy)]
    • (2004) Volume XXIX: US 452 [(award “arbitrary and capricious”) and sub 13-16 (collateral estoppel)]; US 465 [sub 17-21 (manifest disregard of the law) and 22-25 (sovereign immunity)]; US 469 ; US 472 [sub 7-8 (pending criminal investigation)]; US 477 [sub 4-9 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 478 ; US 482 [sub 49-56 (doctrine of abuse of rights)]; CANADA 12 [sub 20 (enforcement against nonsignatory)]; GERMANY 55 [sub 21 (corruption), 27 (disproportion between performances) and 28 (currency provisions)]; GERMANY 56 [sub 10-13 (fraud)]; GERMANY 57 [sub 13 (lump sum damages) and 14-15 (high counsel fees)]; GERMANY 65 [sub 21 (lack of valid arbitration agreement)]; GERMANY 69 [sub 11 (lack of arbitration agreement)]; GERMANY 71 [sub 4-11 (dispute settled during arbitration)]; SWITZERLAND 38 [sub 11-17 (partial award on costs not violation of due process)]
    • (2005) Volume XXX: US 483 [sub 8-14 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 487 ; US 489 ; US 491 [sub 14-19 (arbitrator estopped from relitigating issue) and 21 (collateral estoppel of enforcement)]; US 496 [sub 11-13 (violation of international comity)]; US 501 [sub 3-9 (application of incorrect law)]; US 507 [sub 16-28 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 510 [sub 7-13 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 519 ; US 525 [sub 24-26 (violation of bankruptcy law)]; SPAIN 42 [sub 3-8 (litispendence) and 14 (language of the arbitration)]; CANADA 16 [sub 23 (unequal bargaining power)]; CANADA 18 [sub 13-14 (risk of contempt of court because of need to seek regulatory approval)]; CANADA 19 [sub 22-31 (award directs party to violate national law) and 29-31 (failure to disclose relevant insurance policy)]; AUSTRIA 13 [sub 18-19 (false witness statement), 20-26 (forgery of signature) and 27-43 (rate of interest)]
    • (2007) Volume XXXII: US 587 [sub 9-11 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 590 [sub 10-12 (pending annulment action)]; US 595 [sub 11-14 (manifest disregard of the law)]; BRAZIL 2 ; SPAIN 48 [sub 13-15 (consumer protection)]; SPAIN 52 [sub 15-16 (consumer protection)]; SPAIN 56 [sub 19-27 (monetary obligation already paid)]; SPAIN 58 [sub 6 and 13-14 (lack of arbitration agreement)]; SPAIN 61 [sub 18-19 (consumer protection)]; FRANCE 39 [sub 6-14 (EC competition law)]; GERMANY 98 [sub 7-16 (EC and German competition law)]; GERMANY 99 [sub 9-14 (calculation of costs)]; GERMANY 99 [sub 9-14 (calculation of costs)]; PORTUGAL 1 ; GERMANY 107 [sub 9 (certificate of inspection)]; SINGAPORE 5 [sub 43-46 (piercing corporate veil without supporting evidence)]; PHILIPPINES 2 [sub 31-42 (manifest disregard of the law), 31 (failure to apply contractual law), 32 (unjust enrichment), 33-34 (contradictory findings in award) and 35-42 (arbitration costs and counsel fees)]; RUSSIAN FEDERATION 13
    • (2009) Volume XXXIV: US 654 [sub 17-36 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 655 [sub 10-11 (manifest disregard of the law; interpretation of contract)]; US 660 [sub 9-11 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 661 [sub 14-19 (corruption)]; US 666 [sub 2-7 (disclosure by arbitrator)]; US 668 [sub 16-21 (violation of international comity)]; US 678 [sub 12-13 (partial and final award in conflict)]; ISRAEL 3 [sub 7-17 (agreement for execution of award in state other than enforcement state)]; BRAZIL 11 (lack of valid arbitration agreement); CANADA 26 [sub 7-38, 48-52 and 57 (violation of domestic law)]; ITALY 176 (determination of broker’s fee); CHINA PR 5 [sub 13 (pre-existing domestic court decision)]; GERMANY 117 [sub 6-7 (contractual penalty; determination of own fees by arbitrators)]; GERMANY 122 [ sub 5-11 (expert report disregarded; equitable determination of damages; award of costs and arbitrators’ fees; costs apportionment ratio)]; GERMANY 123 [sub 3 (award of costs and arbitrators’ fees)]; GERMANY 124 [sub 20-22 (failure to grant set-off)]; HONG KONG 21 [sub 8-24, 37-64 and 74-85 (impossibility of specific performance) and 65-66 (mutual fulfillment of obligations)]; HONG KONG 22 [sub 6-35 (fraud)]; NETHERLANDS 31 [sub 25-26 (illegal tax construction)]
    • (2010) Volume XXXV: US 682 [sub 11-12, 14-22 and 27-32 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 682 [sub 11-12, 14-22 and 27-32 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 690 [sub 30-31 (incapacity to attend hearing)]; US 703 (disclosure by arbitrator); US 706 [sub 12-18 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 706 [sub 12-18 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 706 [sub 12-18 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 711 (manifest disregard of the law); INDIA 45 [sub 18-21 (erroneous decision)] ; SPAIN 65 [sub 40 (illogical reasons)]; CANADA 29 [sub 16-20 (death threats)]; FRANCE 48 [sub 9-11 (violation of bankruptcy law)]; FRANCE 49 [sub 5 (fraud)]; ITALY 181 (evaluation of evidence);; AUSTRIA 22 [sub 4-6 (consumer protection)]; GERMANY 125 [sub 9 (assignment of contract)]; GERMANY 129 [sub 2-3 (sovereign immunity)]; GERMANY 130 [sub 6-10 (no third arbitrator’s signature)]; GERMANY 130 [sub 6-10 (no third arbitrator’s signature)]; GERMANY 130 [sub 6-10 (no third arbitrator’s signature)]; GERMANY 133 [sub 5 (counsel fees)]; RUSSIAN FEDERATION 28 [sub 13-23 (sham arbitration)]
    • (2011) Volume XXXVI: US 719 [sub 4-8 (award ordering specific performance)]; US 725 [sub 9-14 (criminal law findings)]; US 728 [sub 25-31 (pre-condition to arbitration), sub 32-34 (derivative claim) and sub 35-44 (assessment of damages)]; US 730 [sub 19-34 (counsel fees in antitrust action) and sub 35-44 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 731 (embargo on Iran); US 732 (requirement to exhaust grievance procedure; seafarers exempt from exhausting grievance procedure); US 738 (fraud and corruption); INDIA 46 [sub 22-26 (interpretation of contract)]; UKRAINE 1 [sub 11 and 42-43 (public interest)]; AUSTRALIA 35 [sub 141-144 (natural justice)]; AUSTRALIA 36 [sub 12 and 97-105 (erroneous reasoning)]; SWITZERLAND 42 (sub 16-22 (monetary obligation already paid)]; RUSSIAN FEDERATION 32 [sub 24-30 (disproportionate damages)]