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Q3 l 2020

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An “exceptional year” for the London court of international arbitration

United Kingdom - May 20 2021 The London Court of International Arbitration (the LCIA) has released its Casework Report for 2020. The statistics in the Report show an “exceptional…

Andrew Cannon, Paula Hodges QC.

English court grants interim anti-suit injunction to “hold the ring”

United Kingdom - April 27 2021 In the recent case of VTB Bank (PJSC) v Mejlumyan [2021] EWHC 718 (Comm), the English High Court granted an interim anti-suit injunction on a without…

Craig Tevendale.

Arbitration of digital disputes in smart contracts and the release of the digital dispute resolution rules from the UK jurisdiction taskforce

United Kingdom - April 23 2021 On 22 April 2021 the UK Jurisdiction Taskforce (UKJT), a government-backed initiative chaired by Sir Geoffrey Vos, Master of the Rolls, and led by…

Charlie Morgan, Chris Parker, Craig Tevendale, Dorothy Livingston.

Pressure points: The light at the end of the Covid-19 tunnel?: the landscape for arbitration and disputes in a time of uncertainty and hope

Global - March 29 2021 The approval and rollout of mass Covid 19 vaccinations across many parts of the world has prompted many to look ahead to a “post-Covid” world. For…

English court applies the principles of Halliburton on arbitrator bias and the confidentiality of arbitration claims

United Kingdom - March 25 2021 In Newcastle United Football Company Limited v The Football Association Premier League Limited [2021] EWHC 349 (Comm), the English Commercial Court…

Chris Parker.