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Force Majeure, Alternative Modes of Performance and “Eggs in one Basket”

United Kingdom - September 18 2018 A contract contains two modes of performance, A or B. Historically, the obligor has used mode A which becomes unavailable due to a natural disaster...

Andrew Leung.


Arbitral Appeals under s.69No Second Bites?

United Kingdom - May 17 2018 The English statutory regime for appeals against arbitration awards on questions of law under s.69 of the Arbitration Act 1996, as is well known...

Peter Stevenson.


Inter-Club Agreement: How similar is “similar”? Agile v Essar

United Kingdom - May 11 2018 Apportionment of liability under Clause 8(b) of the Inter-Club Agreement and amendments “similar” to adding “and responsibility” Agile Holdings...

Peter Stevenson.


Clarifying Correcting an Award . and the Effect on the 28 days for Challenge: Clarity at last

United Kingdom - March 16 2018 Where a party seeks correction or clarification of an arbitral award as a precursor to challenging the award either under s.67 or 68 or 69 of the...


Time to stop trying? Attempting to sidestep the ‘rehearing’ nature of a s.67 jurisdiction challenge

United Kingdom - March 14 2018 The recent decision of the Commercial Court in GPF GP S.à.r.l. V Republic of Poland 2018 EWHC 409 (Comm) reinforces what should, by now, be...