An award was challenged on the grounds that the successful party had failed to make proper disclosure.
Held: Moore-Bick J applied the test whether there was ‘any substantial likelihood that disclosure . . would have resulted in the tribunal reaching a different conclusion’
 EWHC Commercial 24,  1 All ER 1065
England and Wales
See Also – CMS Dolphin Ltd v Paul M Simonet and Another ChD 23-May-2001
The claimant asserted that the defendant had, having at one point been a creative director of the claimant, left to set up an alternate competing business, and diverted business from the first company to the new one. There had been disagreements . .
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Updated: 28 January 2022; Ref: scu.573284