Tim is a barrister at Stout Street Chambers, a leading commercial and public law set in Wellington, New Zealand. Tim specialises in energy and resources disputes and is regularly engaged in arbitral and court proceedings that have commercial and strategic significance for the sector.
Tim's expertise also extends to competition, regulatory and financial services work. Tim joined the independent bar at the start of 2017 and has been in practice for over 20 years. He obtained the BCL at the University of Oxford, has worked at a leading London litigation firm, and was a partner in Simpson Grierson’s commercial litigation group for 11 years.
This Practice Note gives details of the relevant arbitration legislation in New Zealand, highlighting key features of that legislation and its international reach. The Practice Note also sets out the requirements of a valid arbitration agreement under New Zealand law as well as challenging awards before the New Zealand courts.
This Practice Note sets out the rules for enforcing a domestic and foreign arbitral award in New Zealand, particularly those made under the New York Convention. It also sets out the grounds on which enforcement may be resisted under the New York Convention.
This Practice Note considers the availability of interim and emergency remedies in support of arbitration in New Zealand under New Zealand law, specifically under articles 9 and 17–17M of Schedule 1 to the New Zealand Arbitration Act 1996. It considers the availability of interim remedies from the tribunal and the New Zealand court. It also briefly considers emergency arbitration under New Zealand law.
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