Due process paranoia and annulment of arbitral awards

Jan 31, 2020, 11:25 AM

Due process paranoia is a concern that arbitrators’ robust procedural decisions will result in unenforceable awards. It can lead to inactivity and increased costs, but is it justified? Committee Co-Chair Philippe Pinsolle discusses the IBA report The Annulment of Arbitral Awards by State Court and Emmanuel Jacomy dispels misconceptions about setting aside awards in China.