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The Arbitration Review of the Americas 2010

November 2010

Whilst Bermuda does not make any claim to being an Arbitration Centre which rivals those of London, Stockholm or Singapore, there are still many arbitrations that place in Bermuda and occasionally some give rise to applications to the Bermuda Courts to resolve issues in aid of the process. As a Model Law jurisdiction, Bermuda decisions have relevance in some 65 jurisdictions.

The recent ruling from the Bermuda Commercial Court dealt with an application pursuant to Article 11(4) of the Model Law seeking to appoint certain persons to act as the third arbitrator in a Bermuda law arbitration to which the Model Law expressly applied.

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