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Clearing Up West Tankers
Although the ECJ decision in Allianz SpA and Another v West Tankers Inc Case 185/07 of 10 February 2009 (“the West Tankers decision”) confirmed that under European Council Regulation No 44/2001 (“the Regulation”) any EU member state court, even one having supervisory jurisdiction over an arbitration, could not order the court of another member state to halt proceedings issued there in breach of the arbitration agreement, it did not deal with how the potential problems arising from parallel proce
UK
11 May 2009
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Commercial Dispute Resolution Briefing, December 2006
Section 45 of the Arbitration Act 1996 provides the court with a discretionary power to determine questions of law. The court can, therefore, refuse an application if it is not persuaded that it should make a determination at that stage.
UK
 
11 Jan 2007
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BP Alaska Derivative Claim
The derivative action filed in October in the Alaska State Court against directors and officers of BP Plc and its US subsidiaries may develop into an important precedent. Although only in its infancy, the case raises significant issues for UK companies doing business in the US, notably in connection with the reforms in the new Companies Act.
UK
4 Jan 2007
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Air Carrier Liability: Exclusivity Of Warsaw Regime
Is the amended Warsaw Convention was a passenger’s exclusive cause of action against an air carrier?
UK
3 May 2005
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BLG Environment and Health & Safety-UK Developments-Spring 2004
Environment and Health & Safety developments in the UK
UK
24 Jun 2004
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Seise The Day
Contracting parties may believe that the inclusion of an exclusive jurisdiction clause in their agreement binds them to conduct any subsequent contractual disputes in the courts of the country they have specified. However, two recent decisions indicate that, at least in Europe, this may no longer be the case. Now read on...
UK
 
6 May 2004
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