Swiss Arbitration Decisions

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June 18, 2012

This decision dated June 18, 2012 is of limited interest and should really be read only if you are actively involved in sport arbitration.

A young Polish karting driver took part in a competition in Germany in July 2010. He was 12 years old at the time but tested positive for Nikethamide, an illicit substance. The medical panel of the Anti-Doping Committee of the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile banned him from competition for two years and annulled his results.

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_636/2011
Original language: 
German
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April 25, 2017

While the arbitration itself was born from a fascinating tripartite contract dispute with its roots inthe political upheaval following the so-called “Arab Spring,” the Federal Tribunal’s decision is of average interest only, as the Court was, once again, inclined to reiterate its narrow scope of review on the “right to be heard” (due process) in international arbitration.

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_34/2016
Original language: 
French
Published: 
36 ASA Bull 996 (2018)
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July 29, 2010

The case involved a Norwegian equestrian whose horse had tested positive for Capsaicin during the 2008 Olympic Games in China. A tribunal of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) found against the equestrian, disqualified him and the horse from the Olympic Games in Beijing and deprived him of all medals and prizes. The equestrian was also fined and banned for four and a half months.

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Docket number: 
4A_43/2010
Original language: 
German
Published: 
28 ASA Bull 837 (2010)
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January 17, 2013

The dispute involved a contract between a French and an Iraqi company appointing the latter as agent for the sale in Iraq and subsequently in Syria of diesel engines for electrical power plants. The contract was governed by Swiss law and contained an ICC arbitration clause with venue in Lausanne (Switzerland).

 

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_538/2012
Original language: 
French
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