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7.1 When considering the relevance of facts or circumstances to determine whether a potential conflict of interest exists or whether disclosure should be made, in principle, the arbitrator must be deemed as identical to his or her law firm. Nevertheless, the fact that the activities of the arbitrator’s law firm involve one of the parties shall not automatically constitute a source of such conflict or a reason for disclosure. However, the relevance of such activities, such as the type of work, time and workload of the law firm will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

7.2 Similarly, if one of the parties is a legal entity which is a member of a group with which the arbitrator’s law firm has an involvement, such facts or circumstances should be considered in a case-by-case basis. Therefore, the mere fact alone shall not automatically constitute a source of a conflict of interest or a reason for disclosure.

7.3 If one of the parties is a legal entity, the managers, directors or members of a board of supervisory board of such legal entity and any person having a similar controlling power/influence on the legal entity shall be considered to be equivalent of the legal entity.
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