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English court adjourns enforcement of ECT award whilst annulment proceedings are pending in Sweden

United Kingdom - September 17 2015 The potential to enforce an award which is being challenged, or has been annulled, in the courts of the seat is a question which often interests users…

English court confirms power to grant anti-enforcement injunction but application fails due to unnecessary delay

United Kingdom - July 16 2015 The English Commercial Court (the Court) in Ecobank Transnational Inc v Tanoh [2015] EWHC 1874 (Comm) refused to restrain the enforcement of two…

Co-authors: Charlie Morgan.

Indian international arbitration e-bulletin

India - July 8 2015 In Harmony Innovation Shipping Ltd v Gupta Coal India, the Supreme Court of India had to consider whether the Indian courts could exercise powers…

Co-authors: Justin D'Agostino, Chris Parker, Donny Surtani, Alastair Henderson.

Indian government seeks comments on a proposed draft Model Text for the Indian Bilateral Investment treaty

India - April 2 2015 The Government of India ("GOI") has recently published a draft "Model Text for the Indian Bilateral Investment Treaty" ("Model BIT"), which is…

Co-authors: Jennifer Hartzler, James MacKinnon.

The Singapore Court adopts a pragmatic approach in its consideration of various aspects of a jurisdictional challenge

Singapore - March 31 2015 In the case of AQZ v ARA , the Singapore High Court has provided useful guidance and clarification on a number of procedural issues relating to…

Co-authors: Elizabeth Kantor.

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