In my publication this week, I gave my analysis on the UAE Civil procedure Laws. In particular, I discussed about a matter where there is a binding arbitration clause in a enforceable contract and one of the parties referred the matter to the courts, instead of the Arbitration tribunal.
Mr Hassan Elhais explains the process that is undertaken when appointing arbitrators and what input is given to parties to arbitration on the matter.
Mr Hassan Elhais looks at the legal position of whether parties in a maritime dispute can be referred to arbitration, even when a Bill of Lading contains no express reference to such a possibility.
Mr Hassan Elhais explores what happens to an arbitration clause in a contract once that contract has been annulled.