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EU Responds to the Snap-Back of US Sanctions Against Iran: Between a Rock and a Hard Place

USA, European Union - August 9 2018 In light of the EU’s recent amendments to its long-standing blocking measure, EU operators will need to weigh the consequences of failing to comply...

Elizabeth K. Annis, Jon Holland, William M. McGlone, Robert E. Sims, Les P. Carnegie, Charles Claypoole, Eric S. Volkman.


English Court Issues Anti-Arbitration Injunction Restraining Lebanese Arbitration Proceedings

United Kingdom - July 3 2018 Judgment clarifies the exceptional circumstances in which anti-arbitration injunctions against foreign-seated arbitrations might be granted. In...

Oliver Browne.


English Court Cannot Issue Anti-Suit Injunctions Restraining Other EU Court Proceedings

United Kingdom, European Union - July 2 2018 Judgement clarifies that the Brussels Recast Regulation does not reverse the West Tankers decision. In Nori Holdings v Bank Otkritie, Justice Males in...

Oliver Browne.


UK Supreme Court: NOM Clauses Invalidate Oral Variations of Contracts

United Kingdom - June 1 2018 The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom recently held that an oral variation of a contract was invalid due to a No Oral Modification (NOM) clause...

Oliver Browne.


Court Rules that Arbitrators Must Disclose Related or Overlapping Appointments

United Kingdom - May 24 2018 Arbitrators should disclose subsequent appointments to related arbitration proceedings, particularly if cases materially overlap. In the Halliburton v...

Oliver Browne.