Nicholas Allen QC, 29 Bedford Row
The Court of Appeal decision in Haley v Haley has been described as a ‘game-changer’ for financial remedies arbitration. In this article Nicholas Allen QC considers the decision, its practical consequences, its potential impact on private law children arbitration, and the (not always complimentary) views on the judgment of those involved in the wider arbitration field. The article also considers the future of finance and children arbitration in the post-pandemic legal world including its promotion by the President in The Road Ahead and A View from the President’s Chambers and how judges may use their Part 3 powers to encourage more parties to enter arbitration in the months and years ahead and the potential for costs sanctions if they refuse to do so.
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