Due process paranoia in arbitration

Podcast mics

Due process paranoia is a concern that arbitrators’ aggressive procedural decisions will result in unenforceable awards. The condition can lead to inactivity and increased costs, but is it justified? Arbitration Committee Co-Chair Philippe Pinsolle of Quinn Emanuel discusses the IBA report The Annulment of Arbitral Awards by State Court, and Emmanuel Jacomy dispels misconceptions about the setting aside of awards in China. Committee officer Angeline Welsh introduces the podcast and gives the perspective from England and Wales.