The Reach of the Arbitration Agreement to Parties involved in the Same Legal Relationship

The Reach of the Arbitration Agreement to Parties involved in the Same Legal Relationship

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Felipe Vollbrecht Sperandio


Complex legal relationships may involve a net of companies, linked to each other by several autonomous contracts, performing works and services towards a single project. If disputes arise, resolving each of them independently may result in incompatible decisions, situation which could hinder the project outcome. Therefore, it might be recommended to resolve these disputes into multi-party proceedings or multiple proceedings before the same arbitral tribunal. In order to achieve the purpose, the proper legal instruments shall be identified and, based on these; a contractual framework has to be tailored.

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