Swiss Arbitration Decisions

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February 19, 2013

The case involved a dispute concerning the transfer of a professional football player.

 

After various other procedural moves, a three members Panel of the CAS (chairman Bernhard Welten with arbitrators Mark Hovell and Vit Horacek) upheld an appeal by one of the two clubs involved and ordered the other one to pay an amount of € 800’000 plus VAT and interest.

 

An appeal was made to the Federal Tribunal and the Court rejected the appeal.

 

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_550/2012
Original language: 
French
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February 21, 2013

The case involved a dispute between a group of claimants and two companies pursuant to a share purchase agreement. The contract was governed by Italian law and contained an ICC arbitration clause with venue in Geneva.

 

Arbitration proceedings were initiated and the Claimants sought the joint condemnation of the two Defendants to pay certain amounts still due under the Share Purchase Agreement.

 

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_552/2012
Original language: 
German
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July 15, 2013

The case involved a contract for the acquisition of the shares of a Swiss bank. The contract contained an arbitration clause providing for arbitration in Geneva under the Swiss Rules. A dispute arose and the purchaser sought damages while the sellers submitted a counterclaim.

 

A three-member Arbitral Tribunal was constituted under the aegis of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce and Industry (arbitrators Peter Böckli and Shelby Dupasquier, with Pierre Tercier as chairman).

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_188/2013
Original language: 
French
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December 10, 2007

The ENUSA decision of the Federal Tribunal, which is the Supreme Court of Switzerland, related to a dispute between a Spanish company and an American company arising from a Marketing Agreement of August 1, 2003. The Marketing Agreement had been concluded between SHS CERAMICAS S.A., a Spanish company, which subsequently assigned its claim to ENUSA Industrias Avanzadas S.A. and LIPO CHEMICALS Inc. of New Jersey.

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_352/2007
Original language: 
French
Published: 
26 ASA Bull 322 (2008)
also see 2 SwissIntArbRep 29 (2008)
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