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English court finds that it is “just and convenient” to grant a worldwide freezing order in support of London-seated arbitration even where all assets are outside England *

United Kingdom - October 15 2014
In a further decision in the case of U & M Mining Zambia Ltd v Konkola Copper Mines PLC [2014] All ER (D) 136 (Oct), the English Commercial Court…

Co-authors: Hannah Ambrose.


The lCIA rules 2014 in force 1 October 2014: what you need to know *

United Kingdom - October 1 2014
The new Arbitration Rules of the London Court of International Arbitration (“LCIA”) come into force today, 1 October 2014. The LCIA has retained the…

Co-authors: Christian Leathley, Paula Hodges, Andrew Cannon, Matthew Weiniger, Craig Tevendale.


Law Commission of India proposes wide-ranging changes to the country’s arbitration regime *

India - September 25 2014
The Law Commission of India has proposed major amendments to the Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996 (the "Arbitration Act") in order to remedy a…

Co-authors: Vikas Mahendra.


“A delicate matter”: English court considers enforcement of awards set aside by the courts of the seat and ability to claim post-award interest in those circumstances *

Russia, United Kingdom - July 15 2014
In the case of Yukos Capital SARL v OJSC Rosneft Oil Company [2014] EWHC 1288 (Comm) the English Court considered two preliminary issues relating to…

Co-authors: Vanessa Naish, Hannah Ambrose.


English Commercial Court rejects application by U&M Mining Zambia Ltd for security for sums due under award pending challenge *

United Kingdom - July 9 2014
In Konkola Copper Mines Plc v U&M Mining Zambia Ltd [2014] EWHC 2146 (Comm), the English Commercial Court considered two related applications on…

Co-authors: Naomi Lisney, Hannah Ambrose.


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