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Round 2 to Russia: the battle continues as the largest arbitration awards in history are set aside by the Hague District Court

Netherlands, Russia - April 21 2016 In a long-awaited decision published yesterday, the Hague District Court ("Court") has set aside the US$ 50 billion awards in favour of the former…

Co-authors: Elizabeth Kantor, Andrew Cannon.

Court of Appeal clarifies the English Court’s jurisdiction under section 67 of the Arbitration Act: the Court is not required to make any order at all even if the application is well-founded

United Kingdom - March 11 2016 The recent decision of the English Court of Appeal in Integral Petroleum SA v Melars Group Limited considers the jurisdiction of the court under s67…

Co-authors: Anees Naim.

LCIA India to end operations

India - February 8 2016 The London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) has decided to end its physical presence in India, with the closure of its independent subsidiary…

Arbitrability of fraud in India

India - December 2 2015 The decision of the Indian Supreme Court in Swiss Timing Limited v Organising Committee, 2010 Olympic Games, Delhi ("Swiss Timing") last year…

Co-authors: Pritika Advani, Donny Surtani.

Amendments to the Indian Arbitration Act now effective

India - November 5 2015 The Indian Government has taken steps to implement long awaited arbitration reforms by promulgating an ordinance, the Arbitration and Conciliation…

Co-authors: Pritika Advani, Donny Surtani.

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