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English court sets aside tribunal’s award on jurisdiction, finding that the LCIA Rules do not permit a party to bring claims under multiple contracts in a single arbitration

United Kingdom - February 9 2018 In its recent decision in the case of A v B 2017 EWHC 3417 (Comm), the English Commercial Court (the “Court“) set aside the...

Laurence Franc-Menget, Mathias Wittinghofer, Patricia Nacimiento, Thierry Tomasi, Emily Fox, Craig Tevendale, Andrew Cannon, Chris Parker, Iain Maxwell, Ignacio Paz, Eduardo Soler Tappa, Manuel Rivero, Paula Hodges, Alexei Panich, Clément Dupoirier.


Delhi High Court confirms that two Indian parties can choose a foreign seat of arbitration and applies the alter ego doctrine to join non-parties to the arbitration agreement

India - December 8 2017 In GMR Energy Limited v. Doosan Power Systems India Private Limited, the Delhi High Court confirmed that two Indian parties can contract to have a...

John Mathew, Donny Surtani, Kritika Venugopal.


Cross-border Litigation - International Perspectives (November 2017)

USA, Singapore, United Kingdom, European Union, Global - November 8 2017 Welcome to the second issue of Cross-Border Litigation, a periodic publication spotlighting legal and practical issues specific to litigation with an...

Adam Johnson, Kevin Kilgour, Dr Helmut Görling, Alice Poole, Alastair Henderson, Gary Milner-Moore, Anna Pertoldi, Jan O'Neill, Donny Surtani, Gitta Satryani.


English Court rejects claim that notice of arbitration given in a foreign language is not proper notice

Russia, United Kingdom - October 30 2017 In a dispute between an English company and a Russian company, the English High Court (the Court) refused to set aside an order enforcing a Russian...

Hannah Ambrose, Vanessa Naish.


Indian Supreme Court upholds English High Court’s decision on parties’ choice of London seat

United Kingdom, India - October 24 2017 The Indian Supreme Court’s judgment in Roger Shashoua v Mukesh Sharma sheds further light on the court’s approach to interpreting arbitration...

Nihal Joseph, Donny Surtani.