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EU legal adviser: recast Brussels I Regulation may not prevent anti-suit injunctions in support of arbitration

A new version of the Brussels I Regulation, which governs which court in the EU has jurisdiction to hear a dispute, may not necessarily prohibit anti-suit injunctions in support of arbitration, as decided by the EU's highest court in 2009, its legal adviser... 12 Dec 2014

Tribunal must give disputing parties chance to query legal approach neither party advocates, says High Court

A Tribunal tasked with resolving a dispute that goes to arbitration should not decide the outcome of the case by adopting a legal approach neither of the parties to the dispute has put forward without allowing the parties to query that approach, the High Court... 10 Nov 2014

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Adjudication mandatory step in FIDIC disputes, says Swiss court, but Romanian roads dispute allowed to proceed

Parties bound by a construction contract based on the FIDIC standard contract terms must first attempt to resolve disputes through adjudication, as set out in the contract, before they can proceed to arbitration for a final and binding decision, Switzerland's... 03 Oct 2014

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