Whether an award should be set aside because of the delay (of over a year) in publishing it http://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Comm/2015/1810.html The claimant applied to set aside an award under section 68 of the Arbitration Act 1996 on the ... Lexology, 5 days ago
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In this four-part series of articles we have looked at various ways of challenging arbitration awards in the courts under the Arbitration Act 1996 (AA 1996) (see Arbitration challenge: Pt 1 , 164 NLJ 7623 p 25, Arbitration challenge: Pt 2 , 164 ...New Law Journal, 1 week ago
(MENAFN - The Arabian Post) The English High Court has ruled in favour of Iran's Bank Mellat in a dispute with HM Treasury and the decision clears the way for bank to pursue its claim of 2.3 billion in damages against the Treasury. According to a ...MENAFN, 1 week ago English Court Trumps Arbitration Clause in Favor of One-Stop Litigation JD Supra, 1 month ago
at 11:49 AM a full house as always Techniques for carrying out ship-to-ship cargo transfers and the risks involved were thoroughly aired at a London Shipping Law centre seminar on Monday, June 8 th .The session, attended by 80 delegates was ...All About Shipping, 2 weeks ago
Planting The Seeds For An International Rule Of Law -The Commercial Court Of England And Wales And The SICC
Reproduced from Practical Law with the permission of the publishers. For further information visit www.practicallaw.com or call 0207542 6664. The Singapore International Commercial Court (SICC) was launched on 5 January 2015 to complement ...JD Supra, 1 month ago
London, May 12, IRNA British Supreme Court has rejected the appeal made by British Secretary of Treasury about the verdict in favor of Iran's Mellat Bank. The British Supreme Court has ruled that that UK Treasury violated the rights of the bank ...Islamic Republic News Agency, 1 month ago UK Supreme Court Verdict Favors Iran's Mellat Bank, Rejects Treasury Appeal Moj News Agency, 1 month ago
14:46 Reuters/Murad Sezer An Iranian bank is suing the British government for £2.3 billion ($4 billion) in damages after the Treasury imposed sanctions against the private business for alleged links to Iran's nuclear program. The High ...Russia Today, 1 month ago Iranian bank sues UK government for damages incurred under nuclear sanctions Sott.net, 1 month ago
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