Prozesskostensicherheit im Schiedsverfahren

Unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der erfolgshonorierten Prozessfinanzierung

In vielen Schiedsverfahren beantragen Prozessparteien die Leistung einer Prozesskostensicherheit. Nur wenige Schiedsgesetze und -ordnungen regeln dieses Instrument jedoch explizit. Entsprechend uneinheitlich präsentieren sich Literatur und Rechtspr… Weitere Informationen...
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In vielen Schiedsverfahren beantragen Prozessparteien die Leistung einer Prozesskostensicherheit. Nur wenige Schiedsgesetze und -ordnungen regeln dieses Instrument jedoch explizit. Entsprechend uneinheitlich präsentieren sich Literatur und Rechtsprechung zur Thematik. Zusätzlich ist in den letzten Jahren die erfolgshonorierte Prozessfinanzierung immer bedeutender geworden, was im Kontext der Prozesskostensicherheit ebenfalls wichtige Fragen aufwirft.

Entgegen der herrschenden Auffassung stellt die Prozesskostensicherheit keine vorsorgliche Massnahme dar. Gestützt auf die Herleitung einer alternativen Kompetenzgrundlage entwickelt die vorliegende Dissertation ein neues Voraussetzungsraster für den Erlass von Kautionsverfügungen, welches auch auf Situationen mit verfahrensfremden Prozessfinanzierern Anwendung finden kann. Damit richtet sich diese Abhandlung insbesondere auch an Praktikerinnen und Praktiker der Schiedsgerichtsbarkeit.

Die Dissertation von Linus Zweifel wurde mit dem Professor Walther Hug-Preis 2021 ausgezeichnet.

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  • «[…] Zweifel points to a fundamental challenge for users of arbitration in his thesis on security for costs and third-party funding: The doors are only open to those with money in their pockets.

    […] the larger part of this thesis is devoted to the dogmatic qualification of requests for security for costs and corresponding effects. In this section the author stands up against the (intimidating and overwhelming) doctrinal mainstream and suggests that orders for security in arbitration proceedings are not interim measures at all (in the sense of Art. 183 PILA) but rather qualify as simple procedural orders (Art. 182 PILA).

    Zweifel`s elegant analysis gains additional weight by the fact that it is inspired by one of the greats of the past, Claude Reymond, and by an intellectual star of the new generation, Marco Stacher. […]

    In the second part, the author adresses one of the in-vogue themes of our time, third-party funding. […] the author manages to hold the reader`s attention during the last pages of his treaties. He supports the view that third-party funding should be taken into account if (i) the general conditions for security are fulfilled and (ii) the financed party has managed to shift the cost risk to the funder, to the detriment of the opposing party. […]

    Zweifel`s concise analysis offers a good entry point into the discussed topics. Practitioners confronted with these increasingly frequent issues (as counsel or arbitrators) will find a comprehensive and easily accessible overview of the doctrine and case law from a Swiss legal perspective.»

    Tobias Zuberbühler, 39 ASA Bulletin 1/2021, S. 265 f

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  • «[…] Zweifel points to a fundamental challenge for users of arbitration in his thesis on security for costs and third-party funding: The doors are only open to those with money in their pockets.

    […] the larger part of this thesis is devoted to the dogmatic qualification of requests for security for costs and corresponding effects. In this section the author stands up against the (intimidating and overwhelming) doctrinal mainstream and suggests that orders for security in arbitration proceedings are not interim measures at all (in the sense of Art. 183 PILA) but rather qualify as simple procedural orders (Art. 182 PILA).

    Zweifel`s elegant analysis gains additional weight by the fact that it is inspired by one of the greats of the past, Claude Reymond, and by an intellectual star of the new generation, Marco Stacher. […]

    In the second part, the author adresses one of the in-vogue themes of our time, third-party funding. […] the author manages to hold the reader`s attention during the last pages of his treaties. He supports the view that third-party funding should be taken into account if (i) the general conditions for security are fulfilled and (ii) the financed party has managed to shift the cost risk to the funder, to the detriment of the opposing party. […]

    Zweifel`s concise analysis offers a good entry point into the discussed topics. Practitioners confronted with these increasingly frequent issues (as counsel or arbitrators) will find a comprehensive and easily accessible overview of the doctrine and case law from a Swiss legal perspective.»

    Tobias Zuberbühler, 39 ASA Bulletin 1/2021, S. 265 f

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