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Watson Farley & Williams | United Kingdom | 17 Jun 2014

Can a defendant raise a defence in litigation which has already been determined in an arbitration brought by a third party?

The doctrine of abuse of process operates to ensure finality in litigation by preventing a party from raising matters that have, or could have, been

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