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Can an arbitration counsel with hourly rate be a fan of amicable settlement?

Hypothesis 1: arbitration counsel with hourly rate, have little motivation to settle the disputed issues amicably, i.e., by negotiation or mediation. Hypothesis 2: arbitration counsel with hourly rate, have little motivation to conduct the arbitration proceeding as efficient and speedy as possible. In a 2015 arbitration case under the ICC [...]

By |December 3rd, 2021|International Arbitration, Recent Experiences|

Online Arbitration: How Iranian Courts React?

Online Arbitration: How Iranian Courts React?[1] Oveis Rezvanian, Kamyar S. Oladi Introduction Dispute resolution methods are now facing with some unprecedented times in the Covid-19 pandemic period. Since the trade cannot stop, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods, including arbitration, are now being more and more conducted in online ways. Accordingly, more [...]

By |October 1st, 2021|Iran Arbitration|

Statute of limitation under Iranian law

Statute of limitation under Iranian law[1] Oveis Rezvanian Under Iranian civil law, in principle, there exists no statute of limitation for bringing a claim to the court of law or arbitration. This procedure is in consistence with the directive of Iran Guardian Council of the Constitution, dated February 16, 1983, [...]

By |August 31st, 2020|Iran Arbitration|

Commercial Disputes in the Context of Iran Arbitration Laws

Commercial Disputes in the Context of Iran Arbitration Laws[1] Oveis Rezvanian, Kamyar S. Oladi   In the context of Iran arbitration laws, there are two positions that the term “commercial disputes” is employed: First, Article 2(1) Iran Law on International Commercial Arbitration (LICA); and Second, the Law on Adhesion of [...]

By |August 15th, 2020|Iran Arbitration|

The Effect of Bankruptcy on Arbitrations Seated in Iran: Practical Insights from a Recent TRAC Case

The Effect of Bankruptcy on Arbitrations Seated in Iran: Practical Insights from a Recent TRAC Case[1] Oveis Rezvanian, Kamyar S. Oladi Introduction For the purpose of this article, there are some words and principles that shall be defined before raising the main issue. Article 412 of the Commercial Code of Iran [...]

By |June 14th, 2020|Iran Arbitration|

Emergency Arbitration and Expedited Procedure under the Arbitration Rules of the Tehran Regional Arbitration Centre: Introduction of Unprecedented Procedures into the Iranian Legal System

Emergency Arbitration and Expedited Procedure under TRAC Rules: Introduction of Unprecedented Procedures into the Iranian Legal System[1] Dr. Oveis Rezvanian[2] Dr. Mohammad Hossein Tavana[3]   I. Introduction Tehran Regional Arbitration Centre (‘TRAC’) is an independent international organization, established under the auspice of the Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (‘AALCO’).[4] The agreement [...]

By |May 7th, 2020|Iran Arbitration|

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