Japanese Supreme Court Provides Guidance on Arbitrator’s Duty to Disclose a Potential Conflict of Interest in an International Arbitration

1. Supplemental Facts
2. Decision of the Supreme Court
3. Comments

Authors: Aiko Hosokawa

Oh-Ebashi Newsletter:Oh-Ebashi Newsletter 2018 Summer Issue


Publisher:Oh-Ebashi LPC & Partners
Date of publication: June 22, 2018

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