Cecil Abraham & Partners | Malaysia | 7 Apr 2022
Section 19(1) of the Arbitration Act 2005 confers the arbitral tribunal power to grant interim measures at the request of a party. The Arbitration (Amendment) Act 2018 (No. 2) enlarged the tribunal's powers to grant such interim measures. This article is part of a series on conducting arbitration in Malaysia.
Lexology PRO | European Union | 16 Mar 2022
Digital Markets Act negotiations are making progress, but finding compromises between the European Parliament and Council on the Digital Services Act is proving more difficult.
Lexology PRO | European Union | 29 Oct 2021
The European Commission has ordered Illumina and Grail to keep their businesses separate to prevent “irreparable” damage to competition after the companies completed their deal in the middle of the enforcer’s in-depth review.
Lexology PRO | United Kingdom | 20 Oct 2021
The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority has fined Facebook £50.5 million for “deliberately” failing to provide the agency with information related to its £400 million acquisition of Giphy.
Norton Rose Fulbright | USA | 14 Oct 2021
This past year, most in-house counsel have wrestled with significant disruption, distractions and lack of time. It has proved difficult for many to stay on top of legal developments. This article offers summaries of the most significant recent international arbitration law developments in the United States.
Lexology PRO | Asia-Pacific, Australia | 13 Oct 2021
Australia’s competition watchdog has urged the country’s Federal Court to issue an interim injunction against two IVF providers, after the companies said they would close their proposed merger before the enforcer completed its deal review.
Khaitan & Co | India | 16 Sep 2021
The question of whether the order of an arbitral tribunal adjudicating on a challenge under section 16 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 is an interim order or an interim award has been the focus of much attention. It is a pertinent question since the answer could change the course of Indian arbitration proceedings. The differing approaches taken by the courts, the subsequent......
Ogier | British Virgin Islands | 26 Aug 2021
The Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (Virgin Islands) (Amendment) Act 2020 came into force in January 2021. The two areas that this amendment affects are interim injunctions and receivership orders, and Norwich Pharmacal orders. The new statute provides for claims that it has been possible to bring in the British Virgin Islands for a while, but this gives them a much more stable footing.
Lexology PRO | Canada | 20 Jul 2021
Canada’s Competition Bureau cannot seek the unwinding of a merger as a form of interim relief, an industrial waste disposal company has argued as it attempts to fend off the enforcer’s challenge to its already-completed purchase of a rival.
Lexology PRO | Global, United Kingdom | 28 Apr 2021
The UK’s antitrust enforcer cannot use interim measures during merger reviews to “regulate the structure of competition” across markets, Facebook has argued to an appellate court.