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March 02, 2021

Breach of the Agreement to Arbitrate due to Third Party Conduct

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BREACH OF THE AGREEMENT TO ARBITRATE DUE TO THIRD PARTY CONDUCT

Senior associate Dimitrios Katsikis (Singapore-International Arbitration) authored an article titled “Breach of the Agreement to Arbitrate due to Third Party Conduct,” which was recently published in Arbitration International (2021). 

In his article, Dimitrios considers the circumstances in which conduct of a third party can give rise to a breach of the agreement to arbitrate between two other persons, a subject that has received little to no direct treatment to date. Dimitrios’ article has both a theoretical and a practical focus, as it discusses the legal bases which a person faced with a breach of the agreement to arbitrate can rely on to obtain a remedy, from its counterparty to the arbitration agreement, or from the third party itself.

Read “Breach of the Agreement to Arbitrate due to Third Party Conduct.”

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Dimitrios Katsikis

Associate

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