International Arbitration

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Alert: Brexit and the recognition and enforcement of judgments

The Recast Brussels Regulation1 (the "Recast Regulation") currently governs recognition and enforcement of judgments in EU Member States for proceedings issued on or after 10 January 2015. The previous Brussels Regulation2...more

Hong Kong Law Update: Using the Common Law to Enforce an Arbitral Award

A successful party in an arbitration made efforts to enforce an arbitral award in its favour in Hong Kong by means of the statutory process to enforce an arbitral award as if it were a judgment of the Hong Kong Court, only to...more

"Insights: Brexit"

On June 23, the UK electorate took the historic decision to leave the European Union, a process that has never been undertaken by any member state. While the vote itself does not trigger the process of exit from a legal...more

New Arbitrators, New Code of Ethics for the KCAB

Just recently the Korean Commercial Arbitration Board (KCAB) announced both the appointment of new arbitrators and the adoption of a new Code of Ethics for Arbitrators in 2016. Both changes demonstrate the KCAB’s continued...more

Arbitration and the Courts – A Question of Balance

Lord Thomas has delivered a speech calling for the relationship between arbitration and the courts in England and Wales to be rebalanced. This has elicited strong responses from prominent members of the arbitration community,...more

Resolving UK construction disputes – our round-up of practice and procedure for in-house lawyers

Our Resolving Construction Disputes Briefing highlights litigation, international dispute resolution and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) developments and is aimed at in-house lawyers in the construction industry....more

KCAB issues revised international arbitration rules

The 2016 revised International Arbitration Rules (the "2016 Rules") of KCAB introduce changes that are more in line with other major international arbitration rules. The 2016 Rules apply to KCAB arbitration proceedings...more

D.C. Circuit Further Restricts the Scope of Foreign Sovereign Liability for Acts of State-Owned Companies

Those doing business with foreign governments would be wise to adhere to the dictate of caveat venditor: seller beware. Cross-border “government” contracting often involves doing business not directly with the sovereign...more

A case of winning the battle and losing the war: Yukos v Russian Federation

INTRODUCTION - On 18 July 2014, the Permanent Court of Arbitration (PCA) in the Hague found that Russia had deliberately expropriated OAO Yukos Oil Company and awarded three former shareholders of the company (Yukos...more

Newsletter: May 2016

Pleading Common Law Fraud Under Rule 9(b): Conflicting Circuit Court Interpretations - Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 9(b) prescribes the standards for pleading a common law fraud claim. The Rule states that “[i]n...more

May 2016: International Arbitration Update

García’s Green Light to Dual Nationals in Investor-State Arbitration. The decision in Serafín García Armas v. República Bolivariana de Venezuela, PCA Case No. 2013-3, Decision on Jurisdiction (Dec. 14, 2014) touches on a very...more

Blog: What US GCs Should Know About Drafting International Arbitration Clauses

Preliminary Considerations - Consider likely nature of the dispute. Thinking about what may go wrong with a contract, can be as important as the planning to make it go right. Key issues such as where an arbitration...more

New Singapore International Arbitration Centre (“SIAC”) Arbitration Rules 2016

SIAC is now one of the most prolific and important international arbitration centres. To mark 25 years since its establishment, SIAC has announced the release of the sixth edition of its arbitration rules, the SIAC Rules...more

International Investment Arbitration in the Middle East: Year in Review 2015

International investment arbitration – also known as investment treaty arbitration or investor-State arbitration – is a procedure whereby foreign investors may seek a binding adjudication of claims against host States that...more

The Impact of the New Choice of Court Agreements Act 2016

The Choice of Court Agreements Act 2016 (CCAA) was passed by the Singapore Parliament on 14 April 2016. It is not yet in force, but the Ministry of Law has stated that it will come into force this year. The CCAA provides for...more

International Investment Arbitration in North America: Year in Review 2015

International investment arbitration – also known as investment treaty arbitration or investor-State arbitration – is a procedure whereby foreign investors may seek a binding adjudication of claims against host States that...more

International Investment Arbitration in Latin America: Year in Review 2015

International investment arbitration – also known as investment treaty arbitration or investor-State arbitration – is a procedure whereby foreign investors may seek a binding adjudication of claims against host States that...more

Landmark enforcement decision in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The Enforcement Court in Riyadh has recently confirmed that a US$ 18.5 million ICC award rendered in London, will be enforced in the Kingdom against a Saudi-domiciled award debtor. The enforcement process, handled by our...more

International Investment Arbitration in Europe: Year in Review 2015

International investment arbitration – also known as investment treaty arbitration or investor-State arbitration – is a procedure whereby foreign investors may seek a binding adjudication of claims against host States that...more

International Investment Arbitration in the Commonwealth of Independent States: Year in Review 2015

International investment arbitration – also known as investment treaty arbitration or investor-State arbitration – is a procedure whereby foreign investors may seek a binding adjudication of claims against host States that...more

International Investment Arbitration in Asia: Year in Review 2015

International investment arbitration – also known as investment treaty arbitration or investor-State arbitration – is a procedure whereby foreign investors may seek a binding adjudication of claims against host States that...more

International Investment Arbitration in Africa: Year in Review 2015

International investment arbitration – also known as investment treaty arbitration or investor-State arbitration – is a procedure whereby foreign investors may seek a binding adjudication of claims against host States that...more

Philip Morris Asia Limited (Hong Kong) v. The Commonwealth of Australia: Permanent Court of Arbitration Tribunal Publishes...

The Permanent Court of Arbitration (“PCA”) has just released the full award of the Tribunal in Philip Morris Asia Limited (Hong Kong) v. The Commonwealth of Australia, which was rendered in late 2015. We previously published...more

Hong Kong Law Update: Registering a Mainland Judgment in Hong Kong

A recent decision of the Hong Kong Court of First Instance (CFI) in relation to the Mainland Judgments (Reciprocal Enforcement) Ordinance (Cap 597) (“the Ordinance”) confirms that the CFI will not lightly set aside...more

New York Enforcement Update

New York has long been a critical enforcement venue for parties holding unsatisfied arbitral awards and/or judgments. New York is the financial capital of the United States, and that reality, coupled with the state’s expert...more

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