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2020

Voser, Nathalie and Geisinger, Elliott and Boog, Christopher and Bell, Katherine. (2020) Construction Arbitration: Switzerland.

Voser, Nathalie and Nessi, Sebastiano. (2020) The Consequences of Achmea on Arbitrations Seated in Switzerland. In: The Future of Investment Treaty Arbitration in the EU: Intra-EU BITs, the Energy Charter Treaty, and the Multilateral Investment Court. Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands, pp. 115-141.

2019

Voser, Nathalie. (2019) Die Schweiz plant eine Auffrischung ihres internationalen Schiedsgerichtsgesetzes. Recht der Internationalen Wirtschaft (RIW) (8). p. 1.

2018

Voser, Nathalie. (2018) Has Acting as Arbitrator Become a Risky Business?

2017

Voser, Nathalie and Schramm, Dorothee and Haugeneder, Florian. (2017) Schiedsverfahren und anwendbares Recht. In: Handbuch Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit. Deutschland - Österreich - Schweiz. Baden-Baden, pp. 249-278.

2016

Girsberger, Daniel and Voser, Nathalie. (2016) International Arbitration. Comparative and Swiss Perspectives. Baden-Baden.

Voser, Nathalie. (2016) The Swiss Perspective on Parties in Arbitration: "Traditional Approach with a Twist regarding Abuse of Rights" or "Consent Theory Plus". International Arbitration Law Library, 37. pp. 161-181.

2015

Voser, Nathalie and Petti, Angelina M.. (2015) The Revised IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration. ASA Bulletin, 33 (1). pp. 6-36.

Voser, Nathalie and Raneda, Julie. (2015) Recent Developments on the Doctrine of Res Judicata in International Arbitration from a Swiss Perspective: A Call for a Harmonized Solution. ASA Bulletin, 33 (4). pp. 742-779.

2014

Voser, Nathalie and Leimbacher, Elisabeth. (2014) Procedural orders on stay of arbitral proceedings cannot be challenged before the Swiss Supreme Court except when they implicitly decide on jurisdiction.

Voser, Nathalie and Kozmenko, Anna. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court: inadmissibility of new arguments raised after first submission, including whether oral examination of witnesses is a fundamental procedural right.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2014) Does a pending criminal investigation against a witness, or setting-aside proceedings at place of arbitration, prevent enforcement in Switzerland? (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court considers application to set aside domestic award for arbitrariness.

Voser, Nathalie and Boehm, Hannah. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court considers application of double jeopardy principle between disciplinary and administrative sanctions.

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court sets aside domestic arbitral award on grounds of arbitrariness.

Voser, Nathalie and Leimbacher, Elisabeth. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court confirms narrow interpretation of grounds for refusing recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards.

Voser, Nathalie and Eschment, Jörn. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court clarifies standard for challenging the basis of preliminary or interim awards regarding an arbitral tribunal's composition or jurisdiction.

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court confirms existing case law on the meaning of arbitrariness in domestic arbitration.

Voser, Nathalie and Petti, Angelina M.. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court dismisses argument that the principle of negativa non sunt probanda forms part of Swiss public policy.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court considers how to ascertain whether parties have entered into arbitration agreement.

Voser, Nathalie and Eschment, Jörn. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court suspends request to set aside arbitral award pending outcome of appeal proceedings abroad.

Voser, Nathalie and Raneda, Julie. (2014) New developments on res judicata (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Grosz, Mirina. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court addresses legal aid in international arbitration and timing of tribunal's evidentiary rulings.

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court sets aside arbitral award on jurisdictional grounds.

Voser, Nathalie and Eschment, Jörn. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court dismisses request to set aside award due to challenges being forfeited and/or brought in bad faith.

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2014) Arbitral tribunal's admission of unlawfully obtained evidence did not violate procedural public policy (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Trabaldo Togna, Elena. (2014) Arbitral tribunals are not obliged to address all arguments raised by the parties (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Raneda, Julie. (2014) Reasoning of arbitral awards: a delicate balance (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Eschment, Jörn. (2014) Arbitral tribunal's jurisdiction and established case law on doctrine of separability (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2014) Public policy impact of short-term restrictions on individual's ability to exercise profession (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2014) Annulment of ad hoc award rendered after expiry of agreed deadline (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James and Petti, Angelina M. and Eschment, Jörn. (2014) What makes a (domestic) arbitral award "arbitrary" in Switzerland.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2014) Arbitrators violate right to be heard if they do not deal with material arguments by parties (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2014) Parties must pay close attention to specific requirements relating to 30-day deadline for challenging awards.

Voser, Nathalie and Raneda, Julie. (2014) Jus cogens raised against enforceability of arbitral award.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court considers revision ground (decision influenced by a crime) in context of setting aside petition.

Voser, Nathalie and Grosz, Mirina. (2014) Swiss Supreme Court clarifies conditions for opting-out of Swiss law on international arbitration and the limits of appeal on arbitrators' fees.

Voser, Nathalie and Raneda, Julie. (2014) Revision of Swiss Supreme Court's decision setting aside arbitral award.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2014) Violation of parties’ agreement on constitution of arbitral tribunal can be ground for challenge.

Voser, Nathalie and Weber, Flavia. (2014) Übungen zum Allgemeinen Teil des Obligationenrechts und zum Kaufrecht. Zürich.

Voser, Nathalie, ed. (2014) 10 Years of Swiss Rules of International Arbitration. ASA Special Series, 44. Huntington.

2013

Voser, Nathalie and Trabaldo Togna, Elena. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court confirms conditions that apply to revision of arbitral award.

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court: parties must adhere to specific requirements relating to 30-day deadline to set aside arbitral award.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court considers arbitral jurisdiction in third party context and costs incurred by state proceedings.

Voser, Nathalie and Eschment, Jörn. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court considers whether right to be heard violated where arbitral award explicitly addresses relevant evidence.

Voser, Nathalie and Stark-Traber, Sonja. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court does not consider merits of setting aside petition if tribunal declined jurisdiction based on parties' actual consent to terminate arbitration agreement.

Voser, Nathalie and Eschment, Jörn. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court finds right to be heard and equal treatment not violated by refusal to allow evidence submitted out of time pursuant to procedural rules.

Voser, Nathalie and Raneda, Julie. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court confirms that lack of reasoning for rejecting challenge to an arbitrator does not constitute a violation of the right to be heard.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James U. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court considers to what extent an arbitral award must explicitly address relevant evidence.

Voser, Nathalie and Ebere, Solomon. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court on right to be heard: arbitrators' duty to address all relevant arguments and unforeseeable legal grounds.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court: CAS jurisdiction over dispute with defaulting party and obligation to exhaust available remedies within a sports federation.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court dismisses untimely request for revision.

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court considers effect of procedural objections not raised during arbitration.

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court: parties must object promptly to any irregularity in constitution of tribunal.

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court: no review of arbitral tribunal's substantive findings in proceedings to set aside award; rights to be heard and to equal treatment overlap.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court: document production orders are not subject to challenge.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen and George, Anya. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court sets aside award for breach of right to be heard.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court confirms restrictive approach towards public policy issues in sports disciplinary cases.

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court confirms that foreign mandatory provision may affect arbitrability of dispute in Switzerland.

Voser, Nathalie and Petti, Angelina M.. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court confirms standard for reviewing anticipated assessment of evidence by arbitrators.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court's approach towards "legitimate interest" in setting aside and public policy issues in sports disciplinary cases.

Voser, Nathalie and Boehm, Hannah. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court confirms practice regarding perceived violations of procedural rights.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court: challenging awards on ground of improper constitution of tribunal and arbitrators' duty to warn parties of any unexpected reasoning.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2013) CAS award set aside for lack of jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court confirms "regular constitution" of arbitral tribunal where French courts had appointed arbitrator.

Voser, Nathalie and Grosz, Mirina. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court clarifies that assets located in Switzerland can be frozen on the basis of foreign arbitral awards.

Voser, Nathalie and Petti, Angelina M.. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court confirms that catch-all dismissal of claims is sufficient to exclude infra petita challenge.

Voser, Nathalie and Leimbacher, Elisabeth. (2013) Parties' capacity to participate in arbitration relates to jurisdiction of arbitral tribunal.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James and Fischer, Eliane. (2013) Switzerland: arbitration round-up 2012.

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2013) Swiss Supreme Court confirms admissibility of setting aside proceedings against an unreasoned arbitral award.

Geisinger, Elliott and Voser, Nathalie, eds. (2013) International Arbitration in Switzerland. A Handbook for Practitioners. Alphen aan den Rijn.

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2013) The Arbitral Tribunal. In: International Arbitration in Switzerland: A Handbook for Practitioners. Alphen aan den Rijn, pp. 51-72.

Voser, Nathalie. (2013) Removal, Resignation, Dismissal and Replacement of Arbitrators. In: Arbitral Institutions under Scrutiny, 40. Huntington, N.Y., pp. 73-88.

2012

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court confirms rigorous approach on formal criteria for challenging arbitrators.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court confirms case law relating to awards on costs and timing of a jurisdictional challenge.

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court rejects application to set aside award because tribunal refused to consider related claims in separate arbitral proceedings.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court: new evidence in post-hearing submission does not necessitate further witness examination.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2012) Landmark decision of the Swiss Supreme Court on the effect of a foreign insolvency on arbitration proceedings in Switzerland.

Voser, Nathalie and Petti, Angelina M.. (2012) Revision of international arbitral award rejected: no material new facts or evidence (Swiss Supreme Court).

Voser, Nathalie and Moss, Benjamin. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court examines violation of the right to be heard arising out of arbitral tribunal’s rejection of a party's request for a tribunal-appointed expert.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court rules on irreconcilable arbitration and forum selection clauses in a contract.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court confirms admissibility of anticipated assessment of evidence and denies violation of pacta sunt servanda and bona fides.

Voser, Nathalie and Boehm, Hannah. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court provides clarifications regarding arbitrability.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court examines requirements for revision of arbitral awards.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2012) Remanding a case to original arbitrators: impartiality and scope of re-examination.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2012) Football club's request to set aside CAS ruling dismissed due to lack of legitimate and current interest.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court rules on New York Convention requirement to produce certified translation of award.

Voser, Nathalie and Leimbacher, Elisabeth. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court: challenge for alleged breach of procedural principles must be raised during arbitral proceedings.

Voser, Nathalie and Leimbacher, Elisabeth. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court on effect of untimely appeal before the CAS and on burden and standard of proof in sports arbitration.

Voser, Nathalie and Boehm, Hannah. (2012) Arbitral tribunal must only take suitable and relevant evidence.

Voser, Nathalie and Boehm, Hannah. (2012) Sports arbitration: no legitimate and current interest in challenging award after competitive ban has been lifted.

Voser, Nathalie. (2012) Swiss National Council launches revision of Swiss arbitration law.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2012) Revision request: Swiss Supreme Court rules on prerequisite diligence in search for evidence.

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2012) No entitlement to rely on arbitration clause for third party beneficiary of contract with no right to claim performance in its own right.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2012) Landmark ruling of Swiss Supreme Court setting aside CAS award for violation of substantive public policy.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2012) Right to be heard not violated by arbitrator's refusal to hear witness whose evidence anticipated to be irrelevant.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2012) Petitions to set aside arbitral awards must be complete and accurate.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court rules on compliance of a waiver under Article 192(1) PILA with the right to a fair trial granted by Article 6 ECHR.

Voser, Nathalie and Leimbacher, Elisabeth. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court on consent in sports arbitration and a non-signatory's standing to bring a claim before the CAS.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court considers the arbitral tribunal's jurisdiction ratione personae despite valid waiver under Article 192 PILA.

Voser, Nathalie and Petti, Angelina M.. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court: parties need not be forewarned that evidence is insufficient to prove alleged facts.

Voser, Nathalie and Boehm, Hannah. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court confirms validity of defective arbitration agreement.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court rules on state immunity.

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2012) Swiss Supreme Court confirms burden of proof for objections raised against the enforceability of an arbitral award.

Girsberger, Daniel and Voser, Nathalie. (2012) International Arbitration in Switzerland. Litera B. Zürich.

Voser, Nathalie. (2012) Die wichtigsten Neuerungen der revidierten ICC-Schiedsgerichtsordnung im Überblick. In: Die neue ICC-Schiedsgerichtsordnung, 22. Frankfurt am Main, pp. 11-45.

2011

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court confirms broad interpretation of scope of arbitration agreement.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court holds that formal requirements under the New York Convention are not to be applied restrictively.

Voser, Nathalie and Boog, Christopher and Menz, James. (2011) Practice note on arbitration in Switzerland.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court rules on party's right to be heard and CAS tribunal's power to remedy possible breaches when reviewing a case.

Voser, Nathalie and Boehm, Hannah. (2011) An arbitral tribunal may dismiss a late request to hear a new witness.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court rules on distinction between expert determination and arbitral award.

Voser, Nathalie and Ducret, Pierre. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court holds application for revision of arbitral award inadmissible.

Voser, Nathalie and Ducret, Pierre. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court rendered 52 arbitration cases in 2010.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2011) Supreme Court finds that right to appointment of expert by arbitral tribunal was not violated as request made out of time and not in proper form.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court dismisses appeal to set aside CAS award for lack of jurisdiction.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2011) Multi-tier dispute resolution clauses: consequence of non-compliance with pre-arbitral procedural requirements.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2011) Supreme Court finds that stringent standard is met for valid waiver of recourse against arbitral award.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2011) Third party beneficiaries entitled to rely on arbitration clause in contract between promisor and promisee.

Voser, Nathalie and Rohn, Patrick. (2011) Challenges to arbitral decisions on suspension of proceedings only possible before the Swiss Supreme Court if they are implicit decisions on jurisdiction.

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2011) Supreme Court finds that CAS acted contrary to the principle of good faith.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2011) Standard applied when examining petitioner's legitimate interest in having arbitral award set aside must not be overly restrictive.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2011) Supreme Court clarifies concept of "new" evidence as ground for revision of arbitral awards.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court applies strict approach to three setting aside petitions.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2011) Supreme Court considers arbitrator recusal and enforces waiver of setting aside petition.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2011) Tribunal competent to rule on preliminary questions even though not covered by arbitration clause.

Voser, Nathalie and Stark-Traber, Sonja. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court holds that principle of ne bis in idem forms part of public policy.

Voser, Nathalie and Rohn, Patrick. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court holds that arbitration provision in Swiss Stock Exchange Listing Rules cannot replace formally valid arbitration agreement.

Voser, Nathalie and Truttmann, Aileen. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court confirms time limit for petition to set aside a CAS award does not start running upon receipt of a fax copy of the award.

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court confirms scope of principle of good faith.

Voser, Nathalie and Schramm, Dorothee. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court denies parties taken by surprise by award of interest.

Voser, Nathalie and Rohn, Patrick. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court: arbitrators cannot render enforceable decision on thier own fees and costs.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court defines the scope of arbitration clauses in the context of debt collection proceedings.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James and Boog, Christopher and George, Anya. (2011) Switzerland: arbitration round up 2010/2011.

Voser, Nathalie. (2011) Overview of the Most Important Changes in the Revised ICC Arbitration Rules. ASA Bulletin, 29 (4). pp. 783-822.

Voser, Nathalie and Fischer, Eliane. (2011) Sole arbitrator did not decide ultra or extra petita by granting interest payments to only one party.

Voser, Nathalie and Schramm, Dorothee. (2011) Swiss Supreme Court clarifies requirements for foreign arbitral award to have res judicata effect in Switzerland.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2011) Revision of Arbitral Awards. In: Post Award Issues. Huntington, N.Y., pp. 43-74.

2010

Voser, Nathalie and Schramm, Dorothee. (2010) Swiss Federal Supreme Court confirms the recognition-friendly interpretation of the New York Convention.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2010) Swiss Supreme Court rejects two petitions for revision.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2010) Swiss Supreme Court confirms invalidity of an arbitration clause.

Voser, Nathalie and George, Anya. (2010) Swiss Supreme Court clarifies standard of impartiality required of party-appointed arbitrators.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2010) Swiss Federal Supreme Court dismisses appeal to set aside decision of the FEI Tribunal and CAS award.

Voser, Nathalie and Rohn, Patrick. (2010) Swiss Supreme Court rejects petition to set aside award for violation of right to be heard.

Voser, Nathalie and Schramm, Dorothee. (2010) Swiss Supreme Court sets aside arbitral award based on a violation of the right to be heard.

Voser, Nathalie and Stark-Traber, Sonja. (2010) Swiss Supreme Court accedes to impartiality challenge to arbitrator.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal rejects impartiality challenge under the New York Convention.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2010) Swiss Federal Supreme Court dismisses an appeal to set aside a CAS award.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2010) Swiss Federal Supreme Court is bound by factual findings of lower courts.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal sets aside CAS award for violation of procedural public policy.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2010) Swiss Federal Supreme Court dismisses appeal without examining the merits where the party filing the appeal declined to pay advance on costs.

Voser, Nathalie and Meier, Philipp. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal clarifies scope of arbitrability in employment matters.

Voser, Nathalie. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal rejects arbitrator challenges.

Voser, Nathalie. (2010) Swiss Federal Supreme Court rendered 35 arbitration cases in 2009.

Voser, Nathalie and Meier, Philipp. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal expressly leaves open whether the legal principles of non-retroactivity and lex mitior are part of public policy.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2010) Directors cannot rely on arbitration clause in articles of association of an insolvent company for liability claims by company's creditors.

Voser, Nathalie and Boog, Christopher. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal rules on tribunal-ordered interim measures for the first time.

Voser, Nathalie and Meier, Philipp. (2010) Three decisions of the Swiss Federal Tribunal on sports arbitration matters.

Voser, Nathalie and Meier, Philipp. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal's reasoning in the "Pechstein" case confirms its strict approach to petitions to set aside arbitral awards.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2010) Swiss Federal Supreme Court dismisses two appeals concerning the (irregular) constitution of an arbitral tribunal.

Voser, Nathalie and Strub, Benno. (2010) Swiss Federal Supreme Court will not re-examine arbitral tribunal's interpretation under the argument of violation of public policy.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal clarifies principles of ordre public and the right to be heard.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2010) Swiss Federal Supreme Court confirms award granting damages in principle for breach of an arbitration clause.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2010) Federal Tribunal rejects ordre public challenge, opines on pacta sunt servanda.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2010) Federal Tribunal refuses to act as an "appellate instance" in reviewing arbitral award.

Voser, Nathalie and Stark-Traber, Sonja. (2010) Federal Tribunal confirms that contradictions in an award do not violate public policy.

Voser, Nathalie and Meier, Philipp. (2010) Failed challenge based on ordre public and the right to be heard.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal rejects ordre public challenge.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal affirms CAS jurisdiction despite lack of arbitration agreement.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2010) Swiss Federal Tribunal rejects setting aside petition for impartiality of chairman; right to be heard is not violated where "everything is ok".

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra and Schramm, Dorothee. (2010) Switzerland: anticipated arbitration developments of 2010.

Voser, Nathalie and Boog, Christopher. (2010) Federal Tribunal sets aside CAS award for lack of a valid arbitration agreement.

Voser, Nathalie. (2010) New Rules on Domestic Arbitration in Switzerland: Overview of Most Important Changes to the Concordat and Comparison with Chapter 12 PILA. ASA Bulletin, 28 (4). pp. 753-766.

2009

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra and Menz, James. (2009) Switzerland: important arbitration developments of 2009.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2009) Federal Tribunal rejects revision and setting aside petitions against a CAS award.

Voser, Nathalie and Menz, James. (2009) Federal Tribunal revises international arbitral award influenced by fraud.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2009) Court of Arbitration for Sport amends it rules.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2009) Effect on arbitration agreement of piercing the corporate veil.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2009) Swiss Federal Supreme Court holds right to be heard not violated.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2009) Ongoing international arbitration discontinued vis-a-vis insolvent co-respondent.

Voser, Nathalie and Rihar, Petra. (2009) Award based on matters not directly addressed in submissions does not violate the right to be heard.

Voser, Nathalie and Boog, Christopher. (2009) Die Wahl des Schweizer Rechts - was man wissen sollte. Recht der Internationalen Wirtschaft, Jg. 55, H. 3 , S. 126 - 139.

Voser, Nathalie. (2009) Multi-party disputes and joinder of third parties. In: 50 years of the New York Convention : [ICCA International Arbitration Conference] : [Dublin, 8-10 June 2008]. Alphen aan den Rijn, pp. 343-410.

Voser, Nathalie and Stark-Traber, Sonja and Dorjee-Good, Andrea. (2009) Qualitätssicherungsvereinbarungen : eine Einführung unter besonderer Berücksichtigung möglicher Einflüsse auf das gesetzliche Gewährleistungsrecht. Aktuelle Juristische Praxis, 18 (3). pp. 251-266.

Voser, Nathalie. (2009) Document production in international arbitration: What does It have to do with discovery? World Arbitration & Mediation Review, Vol. 3, H. 4-5. p. 481.

2008

Voser, Nathalie and Meier, Andrea. (2008) Joinder of Parties or the Need to (Sometimes) be Inefficient. In: Austrian Arbitration Yearbook, 2008, S. 115 - 123.

2007

Voser, Nathalie and Schramm, Dorothee. (2007) Besondere Aspekte des Schiedsverfahrens : Schiedsverfahren und andwendbares Recht. In: Praxishandbuch Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit. Baden-Baden, pp. 275-299.

Voser, Nathalie. (2007) Interim Relief in International Arbitration : the Tendency Towards a More Business-Oriented Approach. Dispute Resolution International, Vol. 1, no. 2. pp. 171-185.

2006

Voser, Nathalie and Müller, Anna Katharina. (2006) Appointment of Experts by the Arbitral Tribunal : the Civil Law Perspective. Business law international, Vol. 7, No. 1. pp. 73-82.

Voser, Nathalie. (2006) Bereicherungsansprüche in Dreiecksverhältnissen : erläutert am Beispiel der Anweisung. Basel.

Voser, Nathalie. (2006) Best Practices: What Has Been Achieved And What Remains To Be Done? In: Best Practices in International Arbitration, No. 26. Basel.

2005

Voser, Nathalie. (2005) Aktuelle Probleme zivilrechtlicher Verjährung bei körperlichen Spätschäden aus rechtsvergleichender Sicht. Recht, Jg. 23. pp. 121-135.

Voser, Nathalie. (2005) Harmonization by Promulgating Rules of Best International Practice in International Arbitration. SchiedsVZ, 3 (3). pp. 113-118.

2004

de Witt Wijnen, Otto L. O. and Voser, Nathalie and Rao, Neomi. (2004) Background Information on the IBA Guidelines on Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration. Business law international, Vol. 5, No. 3. pp. 433-458.

Voser, Nathalie and Gola, Pascale. (2004) The Arbitral tribunal. In: International arbitration in Switzerland : a handbook for practitioners. Zürich, pp. 33-48.

2003

Voser, Nathalie. (2003) Interessenkonflikte in der internationalen Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit : die Initiative der IBA. SchiedsVZ, 1 (2). pp. 59-65.

2002

Voser, Nathalie. (2002) Sanktion bei Nichterfüllung einer Schlichtungsklausel : Kommentar zum Urteil des Kassationsgerichts vom 15. März 1999. ASA Bulletin, 20 (2). pp. 376-381.

2000

Voser, Nathalie and Bernet, Martin. (2000) Praktische Fragen im Zusammenhang mit Anerkennung und Vollstreckung ausländischer Urteile nach IPRG. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Internationales und Europäisches Recht (SZIER), 10 (4). pp. 437-473.

Voser, Nathalie. (2000) Should International Commercial Arbitration Awards be Reviewable? In: International Law in Ferment: A New Vision for Theory and Practice, Proceedings of the 94th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law. Washington, D.C., pp. 128-134.

1999

Voser, Nathalie. (1999) Arbitrability and the Applicable Law in the Claims Resolution Process for Dormant Accounts in Switzerland. Arbitration International, Vol. 15, H. 3. pp. 237-266.

1998

Voser, Nathalie. (1998) Enforcement of Winding up orders : practitioner's comments. International Litigation News, 1998. pp. 12-15.

Voser, Nathalie. (1998) Mandatory Rules of Law as Limitation to the Law Applicable in International Commercial Arbitration. American Review of International Arbitration, Vol. 7, iss. 3/4. pp. 319-357.

1997

Voser, Nathalie. (1997) Recognition and enforcement of foreign interim measures in Switzerland. International Litigation News, 1997. pp. 27-29.

1993

Voser, Nathalie. (1993) Die Theorie der "lois d'application immédiate" im internationalen Privatrecht : Untersuchung zur zwingenden Anwendung von Bestimmungen des schweizerischen Rechts gemäss Art. 18 IPRG. Schriftenreihe des Instituts für Internationales Recht und Internationale Beziehungen, Bd. 59. Basel [etc.].

1992

Voser, Nathalie. (1992) Die Begrenzung des Berufsausübungsrechts der Ehegatten durch das Wohl der ehelichen Gemeinschaft. Schweizerische Juristenzeitung, 88 , H. 11. pp. 193-205.