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  • Year: 2018
  • Month: July

LCIA announces termination of its Mauritian joint venture and closure of LCIA-MIAC

18 July 2018 Stephen Lacey, Africa; Mauritius

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The LCIA has announced that, as of 27 July 2018, its joint venture with the Mauritian Government which established the LCIA-MIAC arbitration centre will come to an end and that, consequently, as of that date LCIA-MIAC will also no longer be operational.

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Linklaters’ recent contributions to Kluwer Arbitration Blog

18 July 2018 Matthew Weiniger; Akshay Sewlikar; Stephanie Tang, Europe; Hong Kong; United States of America

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Linklaters has recently contributed two articles to the Kluwer Arbitration Blog.

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Enforcement of specific performance awards against sovereign states

12 July 2018 Akshay Sewlikar, India; North America

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A decision of the United States (the “US”) District Court for the District of Columbia (the “Court”) has brought issues around enforcing awards of specific performance into the spotlight. The Court refused to enforce a UNCITRAL award for specific performance obtained by Scottish oil and gas company, Hardy Exploration and Production (India) (“HEPI”), against the Government of India (“GoI”) as being contrary to public policy. This case is the latest in a long-running series of oil disputes involving the GoI, which has been involved in arbitrations relating to 22 out of its 310 production sharing contracts between 2001 and 2015.

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Arbitration Links turns 1!

09 July 2018 Africa; Asia-Pacific; Europe; Latin America; Middle East; North America

In summer 2017 we launched Arbitration Links, our blog (and Linklaters’ first) dedicated to reporting on developments in international commercial arbitration and investment arbitration. Please do watch, and share, this short video celebrating Arbitration Links's first birthday.

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Dutch Supreme Court applies strict interpretation of the (alternative) time limit for filing for the annulment of an arbitral award

06 July 2018 Marc Noldus; Caroline De Ruiter-Vleggaar, Europe; The Netherlands

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The Dutch Supreme Court has ruled in favour of a strict application of the (alternative) time limit for filing for the annulment of an arbitral award. If the first time limit of three months after the deposit or dispatch of the award has lapsed, a claim for annulment cannot be filed until the start of the second time limit of three months after service of the award and leave for enforcement.

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