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Hill Dickinson LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Oct 2017

Assuranceforeningen Skuld (Gjensidig) and another -v- Jesse Remalmog and others 2017 EWHC 2304 (Comm)

In this case the claimants asked Mr Justice Field to consider an application for summary judgment in respect of an anti-suit injunction. The main


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Hong Kong | 29 Aug 2016

Hong Kong Court of Appeal confirms high threshold to establish that breach of a Court undertaking results in contempt of Court

In Tiong King Sing v Sam Boon Peng Yee (CACV 2682015), the Court of Appeal ("CoA") overturned a decision of the Court of First Instance ("CFI") that


Corrs Chambers Westgarth | Australia | 12 Aug 2016

A “Prime” example of a mortgagee exercising its power of sale

This week’s TGIF considers CME Properties (Australia) Pty Ltd v Prime Capital Securities Pty Ltd 2016 WASC 231 which concerns a mortgagor’s


Dentons | United Kingdom | 11 Jul 2016

Don't Make Promises You Cannot Keep: Developer Behaviour in the Spotlight

In Ottercroft Ltd v. Scandia Care Ltd (1) and Rahimain (2), the court of Appeal has upheld a first instance decision to award an injunction against a


Addleshaw Goddard LLP | United Kingdom | 30 Jun 2016

Confidential information: control, alt, delete

In an article first published by Thomson Reuters, Managing Associate, Annabel Mackay, considers the recent High Court decision in Arthur J Gallagher


Allen & Gledhill LLP | United Kingdom | 27 May 2014

English Court of Appeal grants injunction to prevent breach of contract where recoverable damages limited by contract

The English Court of Appeal decision in the case of AB v CD raised a point of principle about the proper approach to the grant of an interim


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP | United Kingdom | 19 May 2014

Energy sector: ‘consequential loss’ clause may impact on injunctive relief

In the recent case of AB v CD, the Court of Appeal considered whether a broad 'consequential loss' exclusion clause (along with a limitation of


Hogan Lovells | United Kingdom | 31 Mar 2014

Damage limitation clauses: damages may not be an adequate remedy compared to injunctive relief

The Court of Appeal has ruled that damage limitation clauses in a contract do not automatically prevent an interim injunction application from being


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | United Kingdom | 11 Mar 2014

Court of Appeal decision means injunction to prevent breach may be more readily obtained where damages limited by contract

The Court of Appeal has held that an interim injunction should be granted to prevent the defendant's alleged breach, on the basis that damages would


Olswang LLP | Singapore | 22 Oct 2012

Orders directions of arbitral tribunal not liable to be set aside as if they are arbitral awards

The Singapore High Court has recently reaffirmed the substanceprocedure distinction for the purposes of categorising arbitral orders and arbitral awards.

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