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MV "ARCTIC" – Obligation To "Keep Vessel In Class" Is An Innominate Term
The Court of Appeal's decision in Ark Shipping Co LLC v. Silverburn Shipping (IOM) Ltd, "ARCTIC" [2019] EWCA Civ 1161, provides a clear statement of the principles of construction, and how they are applied in...
22 Jul 2019
Reed Smith's "Hot Topics In International Arbitration" Roundtable Series - Highlights From The First Two Roundtables In London And Paris
The highlights of the first two roundtables are now published and we are delighted to make these available to you.
22 Jan 2019
Energy Trading – Assessing Post-Brexit Impact
This is the first in a series of client alerts discussing the potential impact of Brexit on energy trading in the UK.
18 Sep 2018
GAFTA Contracts: Latest Amendments
Buyers' do not have the right to terminate the contract if sellers breach this obligation.
17 Sep 2018
Ship Arrests In The UK – Can An Arresting Party Be Required To Give Cross-Undertakings In Damages?
The law on ship arrest in England is well-entrenched. In essence, a party's ability to arrest a ship in the UK occurs as of right.
8 Aug 2018
The CJEU Preliminary Ruling in Slovak Republic v Achmea BV – What Does it Mean for Arbitration Under Intra-EU Bits?
On March 6, 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) published its preliminary ruling in Slovak Republic v Achmea BV (Ruling), which held that the application of the investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) provision at Article 8 of the Netherlands-Slovakia bilateral investment treaty (BIT) was incompatible with EU law.
European Union
22 May 2018
Bridgestone's Tire Dispute in Panama Opens Door for Milestone Interpretation of Investment Treaty Protection for Trademarks
The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) has just released a decision on the expedited objections of the respondent state, Panama, in Bridgestone Licensing Services, Inc. and Bridgestone Americas, Inc. v Republic of Panama.
22 May 2018
Update – What Is The Requisite Experience For An Arbitrator?
On 13 March 2018, the Court of Appeal reversed the Commercial Court decision in Tonicstar Limited v (1) Allianz Insurance PLC; (2) Sirius International Insurance Corporation.
20 Mar 2018
"Demurrage Claims" For The Purposes Of Documentary Time Bars
On 2 February 2018 the Commercial Court allowed an appeal from a decision of the Arbitration Tribunal in Lukoil Asia Pacific Pte Ltd v Ocean Tankers Pte Ltd.
8 Feb 2018
Appointment of Arbitrator
Hot on the heels of the Sino v Dana decision (reported in our blog on 16 November), the Commercial Court considered the question of notice of appointment of an arbitrator once again in Glencore Agriculture BV (formerly Glencore Grain BV) v Conqueror Holdings Limited [2017] EWHC 2893.
22 Nov 2017
CV Stealth – Arrest Of Vessel Under Shelltime 4 – Causation
By way of follow up to our blog on this matter dated 3 May 2016, the Commercial Court heard a further arbitration appeal earlier this month arising out of the detention of the vessel at Puerto la Cruz...
20 Nov 2017
Service Of Arbitration Notice
Indeed, Sino's broker informed Dana's broker that Mr Cai was Sino's representative or employee.
17 Nov 2017
Getting The Arbitrator Right
This week the Commercial Court handed down judgment in Tonicstar Limited v (1) Allianz Insurance PLC; (2) Sirius International Insurance Corporation ( PUBL) (London Branch) [2017]...
10 Nov 2017
The UK Supreme Court: Reintroducing ‘Flexibility' Or ‘Uncertainty' Into The Interpretation Of Aggregation Clauses?
The UK Supreme Court has handed down its decision in AIG Europe Limited v Woodman and others [2017] UKSC 18. In doing so, the Supreme Court reversed the decision of the Court of Appeal.
29 Mar 2017
Piracy – Additional Premium And Crew Costs
In London Arbitration 11/17 it was held in respect of a charter on an amended NYPE 93 form, incorporating the BIMCO Piracy clause and the Conwartime clause, that: ..
20 Mar 2017
Again The Life Science Industry Will Have To Take A Close Look At A New Set Of Regulations Reshaping Transparency-Related Obligations
Article body Current Length: 9407 chars Long including spaces Source Preview The relationship between the life sciences industry and health-care practitioners is being reshaped in France through regulatory developments under both the French Anti-Gift Law and the French Sunshine Act.
20 Mar 2017
New LMAA Terms Coming Into Effect 1 May 2017
The LMAA has published new Terms and Procedures which will apply to arbitration proceedings commenced on or after 1 May 2017.
6 Mar 2017
The Dubai Judicial Tribunal – The Beginning Of The End For The DIFC As A ‘Conduit' Jurisdiction?
Last year we reported that the DIFC had successfully established itself as a so called ‘conduit' jurisdiction for the enforcement of foreign and domestic arbitral awards as well as foreign money judgements.
United Arab Emirates
4 Mar 2017
Pre-Contractual Negotiations – A New Codified French Regime
New French contract law provisions are now in force and apply to any contracts concluded after 1 October 2016.
4 Mar 2017
A Tale Of Dirty Deals, Demurrage And Discontent: Enforcement Of Arbitral Award Refused
In a recent decision, the Paris Court of Appeal refused to enforce an LMAA arbitral award on the basis that the underlying contract was affected by illegality on account of corruption.
14 Jan 2017
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