Ghassan El Daye writes in The Oath on a milestone ruling in arbitration proceedings Qatar
Ghassan El Daye has written for The Oath on a milestone ruling in arbitration proceedings in Qatar and discusses its implications for public order concepts, the jurisdiction of courts and the merits for annulment of an arbitration awards. Read more below (subscription required).
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