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Parties Must Take Care to Avoid Risk of Defective Service in Arbitration

United Kingdom - December 11 2017 Two recent English court decisions provide useful reminders that parties to arbitration agreements must take care to properly serve arbitration...


High Court Willing to Set Aside Arbitral Awards on Public Policy Grounds

United Kingdom - July 26 2017 On 6 June 2017, the High Court held that there was sufficient evidence that an award of over US$500 million in damages against the Republic of...

Oliver Browne.


International Arbitration Newsletter (May 2017)

South Africa, United Kingdom, Germany, Global, Angola - May 8 2017 On 1 March 2017 the UK Supreme Court overturned an order of the Court of Appeal and decided that Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) could...

Jonathan W. Hew, Eleanor Scogings, Samuel Pape, Diego Romero, Laila Hamzi, Philip Clifford, Oliver Browne, Catriona E. Paterson, Jan E. Spangenberg.


Case of Insecurity? Supreme Court Explains the Limits to Orders for Security when Resisting Enforcement of a Foreign Award Under the New York Convention.

United Kingdom - April 3 2017 On 1 March 2017 the Supreme Court overturned an order of the Court of Appeal and decided that Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) could not...

Eleanor Scogings, Philip Clifford.


International Arbitration Newsletter- October 2016

USA, Senegal, Sweden, United Kingdom, Venezuela, European Union, Germany, Global, Indonesia - October 17 2016 London has long enjoyed a reputation as one of the most popular and trusted arbitral seats in the world. The use of arbitration in England is...

Sophie Lamb, Felix Dörfelt, Sebastian Seelmann-Eggebert, Philip Clifford, Daniel Harrison.