DECISION BY THE SVEA COURT OF APPEAL IN SWEDEN RENDERED IN 2005 IN CASE NO. T 1038–05
Subject Matter: When is an award deemed to have been rendered in Sweden?
Finding: The place of arbitration chosen by the parties and stated in the award was Stockholm. However, neither the parties nor the dispute had any connection with Sweden. The arbitrator was from the U.K. and the hearings were held in London and Paris. The court concluded that the proceedings did not have such a connection to Sweden that the place of arbitration could be said to have been Stockholm.
Parties: Claimant: The Titan Corporation (USA) Respondent: Alcatel CIT SA (France)
Place of Court Proceedings: Stockholm, Sweden
Applicable Law: The Swedish Arbitration Act of 1999 The Decision SVEA COURT OF APPEAL RECORD File no 11 Division 2 2005-02-28 Case T 1038-05 Stockholm Section 0203 The Bench Chief Judge of Appeal Magnus Göransson, Judge of Appeal Christina Jacobsson (reporting judge), and Associate Judge of Appeal Jenny Forkman Recording Clerk The reporting judge
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(COURT OF APPEAL) The Titan Corporation (USA) v. Alcatel CIT SA (France), Decision by the Svea Court of Appeal in Sweden rendered in 2005 in case No. T 1038-05
SUBJECT-MATTER: When is an award deemed to have been rendered in Sweden?
Observations by Patricia Shaughnessy Observations by Christer Söderlund