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Court Finds Payment Of Charter Hire Is Not A Condition: Astra ...

a Commercial Court judge has declined to follow Flaux J's decision in The Astra and has concluded that payment of hire by the Charterers was not a condition of the charterparty. Mr Justice Popplewell reached his decision following a careful ... Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, 1 month ago

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English Court Trumps Arbitration Clause in Favor of One-Stop Litigation

The English High Court in Monde Petroleum SA v WesternZagros Ltd [2015] EWHC 67 (Comm) recently decided whether a dispute resolution clause in a settlement agreement referring disputes to the English court superseded an arbitration provision in the ...
 JD Supra3 days 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 Supra6 days ago

UK Supreme Court rejects appeal made by Treasury on Mellat Bank verdict

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 Agency1 week ago UK Supreme Court Verdict Favors Iran's Mellat Bank, Rejects Treasury Appeal  Moj News Agency1 week ago

Iranian bank sues UK govt for £2.3bn damages incurred under nuclear sanctions

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 Today1 week ago Iranian bank sues UK government for damages incurred under nuclear sanctions  Sott.net1 week ago
Capital Bay

David Haigh has been in a Dubai jail for over a year and there has still been no trial... ex-Leeds chief admits he has been suicidal

David Haigh has been incarcerated in Dubai since May 18 last year The former managing director of Leeds United is held under Sharia law Is accused by former employers and Leeds part-owners, GFH, of falsifying £3m of invoices; of committing fraud, ...
 Capital Bay3 weeks ago

Country Report Djibouti

The government has abandoned its attempt to extradite a former chairman of the Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority, Abdourahman Boreh, from Dubai following strong criticism from the High Court in London. The government was strongly criticised ...
 Research and Markets3 weeks ago
Ghana News Agency

Salutary lessons from Djibouti terror case

Djiboutian businessman Abdourahman Boreh and others were found guilty on what eventually turned out to be trumped-up charges of terrorism brought by the government of Djibouti. Mr. Boreh, a former confidant of President Ismail Omar Guelleh of ...
 Ghana News Agency4 weeks ago Djibouti government criticised as UK court unfreezes businessman's assets  Modern Ghana1 month ago
Social Dashboard

Gibson Dunn partner denied leave to appeal

Peter Gray, the Dubai-based partner who has been suspended by Gibson Dunn & Crutcher, saw his application to appeal against a ruling that he deliberately misled the court dismissed in 15 minutes yesterday. Dubai Mr Gray could still decide to ask ...
 Social Dashboard1 month ago Disgraced Gibson Dunn partner teaches lawyers a valuable lesson — play straight with the court  Legal Cheek1 month ago Gibson Dunn distances itself from Dubai partner  The Global Legal Post1 month ago
Legal Business

Gibson Dunn partner suspended after misleading High Court

Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher partner Peter Gray was found to have deliberately misled the High Court regarding evidence presented in a case between the Republic of Djibouti and Abdourahman Boreh, one of the African country's wealthiest citizens. In a ...
 Legal Business1 month ago Gibson Dunn ordered to pay £880,000 for partner's cock-up  Roll On Friday1 month ago In court: Gibson Dunn faces interim payout over Djibouti court case  Legal Business1 month ago The "breathtaking" behaviour of the Gibson Dunn partner who deliberately misled court  Roll On Friday1 month ago
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