Arbitration & ADR

17 June 2021

Can a party continue arbitration after assigning the claim?

The Warsaw Court of Appeals recently determined whether an arbitral tribunal violated public policy when it dismissed a respondent's counterclaim that the original claim lacked locus standi. The case will have a significant impact on parties that are pursuing a claim in arbitration and want to assign it in the course of the proceedings. Such parties should be careful in making this decision and secure their position contractually.

Maciej Durbas Authors: Maciej Durbas | Rafał Kos

Poland | Kubas Kos Gałkowski

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