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When arbitration fails to satisfy

Penny Pepperell of NBR Capital Letter
Wed, 20 Feb 2013

Arbitration as a means of avoiding litigation has not been particularly successful for the parties in a case before the Court of Appeal last week, Gallaway Cook Allan v Carr [2013] NZCA 11 per Harrison, Wild and Ronald Young JJ (15/2/2013). 

The case has a lengthy history stemming from the

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Penny Pepperell of NBR Capital Letter
Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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