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India set to allow foreign lawyers to act in arbitration cases

The Indian government hopes to pass an amendment to the law that would allow foreign lawyers to represent clients in arbitration cases, according to press reports from the country. 29 Jul 2015

International energy investors could pursue UK for compensation following subsidy cuts, says expert

Sudden changes to the UK's main subsidy regime for onshore wind developments could lead to multi-million pound compensation claims against the government from foreign investors, an expert has said. 28 Jul 2015

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English court refuses anti-suit injunction where Italian arbitration proceedings already underway

The High Court in England has prevented an insurer from blocking its Italian broker from continuing arbitration proceedings in Italy, in a follow-up to a complex commercial dispute over the alleged misappropriation of client money. 21 Jul 2015

DAB decisions are immediately enforceable, says Singapore court

A failure by one party to comply with the decision of a Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB) under a FIDIC ( International Federation of Consulting Engineers ) form of contract can be directly referred to arbitration, the Singapore Court of Appeal said last week.... 08 Jun 2015

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