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Case Update: (1) Lack of substantive jurisdiction in respect of one respondent affects award as against the other respondent; (2) Substantive jurisdiction not affected by finding of liability under a different agreement

The English High Court in Arsanovia Ltd & Ors v Cruz City 1 Mauritius Holdings, [2012] EWHC 3702 (Comm) has delivered a relatively short but dense decision dealing with a number of issues revolving around the issue of different governing … Continue reading

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The Laws Governing an Arbitration

It is very common for an international commercial arbitration to involve parties from two (or more) different nationalities choosing to arbitrate their dispute in a third (neutral) country. Enforcing the resulting arbitral award could entail taking it before the courts … Continue reading

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