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In this video blog, Matthew Weiniger QC, our Global Co-Head of International Arbitration, takes a look at one of the oft-cited advantages of smart contracts and distributed ledger technology; namely their ability to reduce, or even eliminate, the...
The English Court of Appeal in Halliburton Co v Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd (and others)  EWCA Civ 817 accepted that an arbitrator’s acceptance of multiple appointments concerning overlapping subject matter, without disclosure, did not...
In SCM Financial Overseas Ltd v Raga Establishment Ltd  EWHC 1008 the English High Court held that a Tribunal’s decision not to defer its Award pending judgment from a foreign court on the same issues did not render the Award susceptible...
In SEA2011 Inc v ICT Ltd  EWHC 520 (Comm), London’s Commercial Court rejected three challenges to an arbitrator’s jurisdiction, two based on the identification of the parties to the arbitration clause and one based on the nature of...
The Linklaters International Trade Practice has launched a regular blog that will look at a wide range of topics that span the area of international trade including Brexit and its impact on the UK’s international trade position, trade wars,...
In an unanimous decision, the New South Wales Court of Appeal in Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd v Laing O’Rourke Australia Construction Pty Ltd  NSWCA 291 (“Kawasaki v LORAC”) has upheld an order for an interlocutory injunction...
15 November 2017 Nick Rudge; Caroline Swartz-Zern, Australia
A recent Federal Court of Australia decision suggests a narrow approach to judicial support of international arbitrations, limiting access to evidence located in Australia for parties of foreign-seated arbitrations.
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