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Freezing Australian assets as security for foreign proceedings
A judgment or award is only worthwhile if obtained or can be enforced in a jurisdiction where a respondent has assets.
Australia
11 Oct 2018
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International arbitration update: Confidentiality in arbitation proceedings
Confidentiality of proceedings, one advantage of arbitration over litigation, is brought into focus in both these cases.
Australia
21 May 2018
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Arbitration update - October 2017: International arbitration
The judgment discussed the limits of the Federal Court's jurisdiction to issue subpoenas under section 23 of the IAA.
Australia
15 Oct 2017
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Drafting an effective international arbitration agreement – tricks and traps
This article provides an overview of international arbitration before discussing some tricks and traps in an agreement.
Australia
29 Jul 2016
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Accused FIFA officials facing extradition: An important reminder to Australians who do business overseas
Australians doing business overseas should be aware that Australia also has extradition arrangements with many nations.
Australia
28 Aug 2015
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Australian courts grant freezing orders to foreign party in support of Singapore proceedings
Courts have the ability to freeze Australian assets as soon as a foreign dispute arises, even before judgment is given.
Australia
12 Jul 2015
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Sense prevails – finally - Federal Court's jurisdiction in international arbitration
Commentators have welcomed the decision, which accords with Australia's commitment to promote international arbitration.
Australia
23 Mar 2013
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