gathering-hero

Blog

Arbitration and the court process...

July 28, 2020
Posted by: Tom Carter

Introduction When the IFLA arbitration scheme commenced in February 2012 it was initially confined to dealing only with the main species of...

Read More

Correcting an award: how far can ...

October 16, 2019
Posted by: WebBox

How far can an arbitrator go in 'correcting' his or her award after its formal delivery? This was the main issue addressed in H v W EWHC 1897...

Read More

Up to the challenge?: BC v BG [20...

June 17, 2019
Posted by: James Pirrie

The judgment in BC v BG reminds users of the IFLA scheme that arbitration is a distinct – and also complete scheme focused on efficiency, with...

Read More

CM v CM [2019] EWFC 16

April 1, 2019
Posted by: WebBox

Mr Justice Moor commends the use of arbitration to decide the wording of a letter of instruction to an expert and similar issues In a judgment...

Read More

Children Arbitration – how is i...

March 28, 2019
Posted by: Janet Bazley

IFLA’s Children Arbitration scheme, launched in July 2016, has been a considerable success. It has provided an excellent forum for resolving...

Read More

Happy retirement Sir Peter, champ...

July 31, 2018
Posted by: WebBox

We are very sad to report that Sir Peter Singer, one of the founders of FamilyArbitrator, has announced his retirement from practice as an...

Read More