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The English High Court decision of Bond v Mackay and others  EWHC 2475 (TCC) concerned a situation where, when a claimant sought to bring further issues before an arbitral tribunal, the court was asked to determine whether those issues fell...
Significant amendments to Russia’s arbitration laws (the “New Laws”) came into force back in September 2016. The New Laws are intended to create modern and effective mechanisms for domestic and international arbitration in Russia,...
In Dera Commercial Estate v Derya Inc  EWHC 1673 (Comm), the English Commercial Court provided useful guidance on when arbitration claims may be dismissed for inordinate and inexcusable delay under s.41(3) Arbitration Act 1996 (the...
In Reliance Industries v Union of India  EWHC 822 Reliance Industries Limited and BG Exploration and Production India Limited (the “Claimants”) challenged awards made in favour of the Union of India (the “Government”)...
17 October 2018 Joanne Finnegan, England & Wales; Europe
In Dera Commercial Estate v Derya Inc  EWHC 1673 (Comm), the English Commercial Court provided useful guidance on when arbitration claims may be dismissed for inordinate and inexcusable delay under s.41(3) Arbitration Act 1996 (the “AA”).
14 February 2018 Joanne Finnegan, England & Wales
In Oldham v. QBE Insurance (Europe) Ltd  EWHC 3045 (Comm), the Commercial Court allowed a challenge to an arbitral award under section 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996 on grounds of serious irregularity where the applicant had not been given a reasonable opportunity to make submissions as to costs.
22 November 2017 Joanne Finnegan, England & Wales
In Berkeley Burke SIPP Administration LLP v Charlton  EWHC 2396 (Comm), the High Court held that a determination of the FOS was not an arbitral award and therefore cannot be appealed under section 69 Arbitration Act 1996 (the “Act”).
12 July 2017 Joanne Finnegan, England & Wales
The High Court has allowed a claim that a New York Convention award was obtained by fraud to go to trial, even though it was upheld by the seat's courts.
12 April 2017 Joanne Finnegan, England & Wales; Europe
The English court’s powers in support of arbitral proceedings in section 44 of the Arbitration Act 1996 are not exercisable against non-parties to an arbitration
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