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London Chamber of Commerce and industry (lCCI) launches new dispute resolution service London chamber of arbitration and mediation (lCAM)

Global, United Kingdom - June 3 2020 The London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) has expanded its dispute resolution services by launching the London Chamber of Arbitration and…

Litigation in mainland China under new evidence rules: your 50 questions - part 5

China - June 2 2020 The Supreme Court of People’s Republic of China (SPC) formally promulgated the amended version of Several Provisions of the SPC on Evidence for Civil…

English Court of Appeal grants anti-enforcement injunction to protect third party debts under agreements subject to English arbitration

United Kingdom - June 2 2020 In SAS Institute Inc v World Programming Limited [2020] EWCA Civ 599, the English Court of Appeal granted an anti-enforcement injunction in part…

Update [5]: “necessity is the mother of invention”: covid-19 dramatically accelerates digitalisation of arbitration processes

Global - May 29 2020 This fifth update to a blog post initially dated 7 April 2020 has been updated to take into account developments between 14 May - 28 May 2020. These…

Is arbitration in Venezuela in danger?

Venezuela - May 29 2020 Recently, the Constitutional Chamber of the Venezuelan Supreme Court of Justice (the “Court”) issued an interlocutory judgment ordering the Business…

Litigation in mainland China under new evidence rules - part 4

China - May 22 2020 The Supreme Court of People’s Republic of China (SPC) formally promulgated the amended version of Several Provisions of the SPC on Evidence for Civil…

LCIA reports a record number of new cases for 2019

Global - May 22 2020 The LCIA has published its Casework Report for 2019, showing a record number of new cases referred to the institution in 2019. The statistics reveal…

Hong Kong court makes hadkinson order and imposes security against Chinese billionaire

Hong Kong - May 21 2020 The Hong Kong Court of First Instance has granted a so-called “Hadkinson order”, adjourning an application to resist enforcement of CIETAC arbitral…

Award enforcement orders: to set aside or not to set aside? - that is the question

United Kingdom - May 21 2020 In a judgment handed down by the English High Court last month (A v B [2020] EWHC 952 (Comm)), the court delivered a Stern warning to claimants…

Malaysian High Court grants first anti-arbitration injunction on the grounds of sovereign immunity

Malaysia - May 20 2020 In a recently surfaced judgment, the Malaysian High Court in Government of Malaysia v Nurhima Kiram Fornan & Ors (Originating Summons No…