Swiss Arbitration Decisions

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February 26, 2015

The case involved a dispute between a Mexican football club and some Argentine coaches. In 2009, they entered into an employment contract with the club and the contract had dispute resolution clause, yet confusingly providing for jurisdiction of a state court as well as jurisdiction of the Mexican Football Federation.

 

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_374/2014
Original language: 
French
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Appellant: 
Respondent: 
Counsel
Appellant: 
Respondent: 
PDF version of the translation: 
September 7, 2018

The opinion is extremely interesting and it has been the object of much comment lately. Our team has therefore made sure that an English version would be made available to the arbitration community on a priority basis and we are happy to put it online today.

The case has already been described in an article by Sebastian Perry in The Global Arbitration Review and our friends at Thouvenin also mentioned it in their recent issue. Both are attached for ease of reference.

Case information

Docket number: 
5A_942/2017
Original language: 
German
Parties
Counsel
PDF version of the translation: 
Chairman: 
October 25, 2010

Considering the quantity of excellent advanced programs in international arbitration, let alone the innumerable seminars and programs to which we are constantly invited, one would have thought that blatantly pathological arbitration clauses were a thing of the past.

 

This opinion shows that pathological clauses still exist and that they continue to occasionally cause havoc.

 

Case information

Docket number: 
4A_279/2010
Original language: 
German
Published: 
29 ASA Bull 129 (2011)
Parties
Counsel
PDF version of the translation: 
Arbitrator (s):