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Quentin Declève quoted by Global Arbitration Review on impact of Belgian Constitutional Court’s decision allowing third-party opposition to arbitral awards

  • 19/06/2018
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Quentin Declève quoted by Global Arbitration Review on impact of Belgian Constitutional Court’s decision allowing third-party opposition to arbitral awards

On 10 June 2018, Global Arbitration Review quoted Van Bael & Bellis associate Quentin Declève on the impact, after one year, of a decision by the Belgian Constitutional Court which ruled that third parties should be entitled to lodge a third party opposition (tierce opposition) against arbitral awards. In particular, the article considers how the judgment might affect Belgium’s attractiveness as a place of arbitration.

Quentin provided his analysis together with Hakim Boularbah and Nicolas Angelet (both from Liedekerke Wolters Waelbroeck Kirkpatrick).

The official version of the article is accessible here.

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