“Otherwise unable to present his case”

    • (1986) Volume XI: SWITZERLAND 10 [sub 4-7 (expert heard in the absence of the parties)]
    • (1987) Volume XII: GERMANY 28 [sub 2 (defendant not informed of arguments of claimant in the arbitration)]
    • (1989) Volume XIV: SPAIN 18 [sub 2 (general reference)]; SPAIN 21 [sub 1 (heirs not informed after death of defendant)]
    • (1991) Volume XVI: US 110 [sub 6-11 and 20 (misleading testimony)]
    • (1992) Volume XVII: US 115 [sub 17-29 (identity of tribunal expert not disclosed)]; GERMANY 36 [sub 15-17 (objection considered by appellate arbitral tribunal)]
    • (1993) Volume XVIII: US 130 [sub 5 (fear for extradition to face criminal charges in US)]; US 143 [sub 4-17 (tribunal?s misleading of a party in presenting evidence)]; ITALY 119 [sub 8 (unsuitable means chosen by arbitrators to ensure due process)]; HONG KONG 2 [sub 25 (no interpreter)]
    • (1994) Volume XIX: FRANCE 19 [sub 4-7 (failure of expert to communicate documents to party)]; HONG KONG 6
    • (1996) Volume XXI: US 196 [sub 14 (conflict of interest of counsel)]; GERMANY 43 [sub 2-6 (general reference)]; HONG KONG 9 [sub 2-9 (no opportunity to deal with evidence gathered independently by tribunal)]; NETHERLANDS 19 [sub 20 and 23 (no participation in additional hearing)]
    • (1997) Volume XXII: US 223 [sub 11-13 (arbitrator?s refusal to hear evidence)]; US 235 [sub 12-27 (limitation of cross-examination of witness)]; GERMANY 46 [sub 9 (unskilled representative)]
    • (1999) Volume XXIV: UK 53 [sub 4-12 (failure to disclose earlier award and underlying evidence)]; UK 55 [sub 16 (refusal to hear oral evidence)]; US 273 [sub 8-9 (due to expensiveness of arbitration)]; US 282 [sub 12 (changing factual and legal theories)]; KENYA 1 ; KENYA 1 ; ITALY 152 [sub 8-11 (no examination of witness)]; LUXEMBOURG 2 [sub 10-16 (impossibility to file counterclaim)]; NETHERLANDS 25 [sub 7-8 (general reference)]; IRAN-US CLAIMS TRIBUNAL 1 [sub 21-23 and 62-71 (tribunal?s misleading of a party in presenting evidence)]
    • (2001) Volume XXVI: US 355 [sub 16-22 (representative?s impossibility to participate in hearing due to pending arrest warrant)]; US 359 [sub 13-16 (shifting of burden of proof of doping offense)]
    • (2002) Volume XXVII: JAPAN 8 [sub 7-8 (language of arbitration)]
    • (2003) Volume XXVIII: US 406 ; HONG KONG 17 [sub 68-74 (request for adjournment and discovery refused)]
    • (2004) Volume XXIX: US 472 [sub 9-11 (representative?s impossibility to participate in hearing due to pending arrest warrant)]; US 482 [sub 30-45 (final award reversed preliminary award without notice; GERMANY 55 [sub 11-13 (no opportunity to react to claim)]; SWITZERLAND 37 [sub 22-29 and 49-55 (letter not received)]
    • (2005) Volume XXX: US 507 [sub 10-12 (dissenting arbitrator excluded from deliberation of award)]; SPAIN 42 [sub 12 (general reference)]; CANADA 16 [sub 13-17 (no funds to attend hearing)]; FRANCE 35 [sub 15-17 (arbitrator lacked linguistic skill)]
    • (2006) Volume XXXI: UK 73 ; US 557 [sub 5-11 (representatives not granted visa to attend hearing in China)]; AUSTRIA 14 ; GERMANY 84 [sub 3-4 (refusal to accept evidence)]; HONG KONG 19 [sub 17-22 (expert report not communicated)]
    • (2009) Volume XXXIV: US 654 [sub 17-36 (manifest disregard of the law)]; US 655 [sub 17-18 (no prior disclosure of terms of award)]; US 668 [sub 10-15 (withdrawal from arbitration to preserve right to challenge arbitral jurisdiction)]; GERMANY 124 [sub 12 (language of arbitration), 13 (no opportunity to react on document submitted) and 20-22 (failure to grant set-off)]; NETHERLANDS 31 [sub 27-28 (no postponement of hearing)]; NETHERLANDS 32 [sub 9 (no filing of answer and counter-claim)]
    • (2010) Volume XXXV: US 690 [sub 19-27 (incapacity to attend hearing)]; SPAIN 65 [sub 28-31 (means of notification)]; SPAIN 67 [sub 10-11 (letter not received)]; FRANCE 48 (failure to hold hearing); IRELAND 3 [sub 29-34 (language of arbitration)]; CHINA PR 6 [sub 24-26 (failure to clarify issue of standing)]; GERMANY 130 [sub 12-16 (language of the arbitration; failure to hear witness through interpreter)]; GERMANY 132 [sub 20-22 (failure to consider arguments; failure to hold oral hearing)]; GERMANY 135 [sub 12 (failure to attend hearing)]; RUSSIAN FEDERATION 28 [sub 7-12 (no proof of communication of arbitration documents)]
    • (2011) Volume XXXVI: US 725 [sub 5-7 (no cross-examination of witnesses)]; AUSTRALIA 36 [sub 12 and 92-96 (effect of unrelated dispute)]; SWITZERLAND 42 (sub 33-42 (posting of security)]; RUSSIAN FEDERATION 32 [sub 22-23 (non-acceptance of arbitral jurisdiction)]