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European Union, United Kingdom - February 25 2020 At a time when some are warning of a risk of decline in the international status of the English courts, against a backdrop of Brexit and competition…

Eduardo Soler-Tappa, Julian Copeman, Clément Dupoirier, David Gilmore, Damian Grave, Alastair Henderson, Alexei Panich, Stuart Paterson, Thomas E Riley, May Tai, Mathias Wittinghofer.

Reliance v Union of India: English Court confirms that there is no serious irregularity under s68(2)(a) if an issue of construction decided by the tribunal is “squarely in play”

Global, United Kingdom - July 19 2018 In Reliance Industries Limited & Ors v The Union of India [2018] EWHC 822 (Comm) the English Commercial Court (the Court) considered a number of…

Hannah Ambrose, Andrew Cannon, Vanessa Naish.

English Court finds that the foreign act of state doctrine may apply to arbitration proceedings

United Kingdom - July 19 2018 In the decision of Reliance Industries Limited & Ors v The Union of India [2018] EWHC 822 (Comm) the English Commercial Court (the Court) considered…

Hannah Ambrose, Andrew Cannon, Vanessa Naish.

West Tankers principle unaffected by Recast Brussels Regulation; mandatory foreign jurisdictional rules do not encroach on scope of widely worded arbitration clause

European Union, Russia - June 22 2018 In Nori Holdings Limited et al v PJSC Bank Okritie Financial Corporation [2018] EWHC 1343 (Comm) the English court has applied the Recast Brussels…

Maximilian Szymanski.

State immunity: English court considers service of proceedings on a State in times of political unrest, and questions relating to enforcement of a foreign judgment against a State

United Kingdom - May 8 2018 In the recent decision of Certain Underwriters At Lloyds London v Syrian Arab Republic & Ors [2018] EWHC 385 (Comms) the English Commercial Court (the…

Hannah Ambrose, Andrew Cannon.