Quoting action movie The Terminator, High Court chief justice Robert French suggested arbitral institutions have played a key role in legitimising arbitration.
There was Gadfly on Tuesday night at a huge banquet held at Sydney’s Museum of Contemporary Art in honour of the centenary of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
Speaking at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Centenary event in Perth, Chief Justice James Allsop (pictured with Beth Cubitt) noted the encouraging progress in Australia’s approach to arbitration, and the bright future for international arbitration in the region.
The judiciary continues to show strong support for arbitration, with the two systems viewed as complementary, Andrew Robertson writes.
Despite the growing popularity of international arbitrations, questions remain over the role of evidence in such matters, former High Court chief justice Murray Gleeson has said.
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The federal nature of Australia’s legal systems may deter organisations from hosting their international arbitrations in Australia.
Australian judicial support for arbitration was highlighted at a Chartered Institute of Arbitrators event attended by members of the judiciary, John Wakefield writes
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A prominent Federal Court judge has called for Australia to boost its global standing as a place where companies can resolve cross-border disputes, amid efforts to explore establishing a regional maritime court.