Constantine Partasides QC will present on “Halliburton v Chubb: lessons to be learned on Arbitrators’ duties.” The English Supreme Court judgment issued in Halliburton v. Chubb on 27 November 2020 unanimously dismissed Halliburton’s appeal regarding the circumstances of the arbitrator’s appointment and doubts as to his impartiality. Constantine led the ICC Court’s submissions, as intervener, in this matter before the Supreme Court.
During this event, Constantine will discuss the judgment, its implications, and the interrelationship between the duty to disclose matters relevant to impartiality and the duty of confidentiality in those other arbitrations. He will also discuss the effect on both duties of the particular arbitral context: what rules and what type of arbitration.
The webinar will take place on Wednesday 2 June, at 1:00 pm CDT (BST – 5) and is hosted by the Arbitration Commission of the Mexican Bar Association.
For the full English Supreme Court decision, please click here.
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Meeting ID: 932 0881 4020
Constantine, a partner in our London office, is recognised in all major directories and publications. Chambers UK list him as a “Star Individual” in International Arbitration—one of only two lawyers with this ranking, he was named in the “Hall of Fame” for International Arbitration in the 2021 edition The Legal 500 UK, and has been ranked as one of the “Top 20” individuals in the world of commercial arbitration every year since 2011 by Who’s Who Legal.
Constantine is a co-author of the fourth, fifth, and sixth editions of the leading textbook on international arbitration, “Redfern and Hunter on International Arbitration.”
Constantine is a solicitor-advocate (Higher Courts Civil) and was appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2014. He was educated at King’s College, London, and Cambridge University.« Back