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Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in China

China - July 16 2018 In an unprecedented decision handed down on 30 June 2017, the Wuhan Intermediate People's Court recognised and enforced a judgment of the Los Angeles...

Richard Keady.


Anti-suit injunction update - Hong Kong grants anti-suit injunction to restrain proceedings in PRC after arbitral award obtained in Hong Kong

Hong Kong - April 24 2018 The High Court of Hong Kong has recently granted an anti-suit injunction restraining parallel proceedings in the courts of PRC brought by an...

Richard Keady.


Court of Appeal sets out the principles to be considered when assessing whether ATE insurance can satisfy an application for security for costs

United Kingdom - January 4 2018 A recent Court of Appeal decision marks a significant change with regard to the way in which "After the Event" (ATE) insurance policies are assessed...

Sophie Eyre.


UK: dispute resolution essentials: CPR Part 36 - significant changes from 6 April 2015

United Kingdom - June 30 2015 CPR Part 36 contains a set of procedural rules designed to encourage parties to settle their disputes. These provisions allow a party to a claim to...

Gemma Briance.