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Overpayment to bank set aside for loan repayments was not caught by third party debt order, Court of Appeal confirms

A clause in a contract between the Ukrainian national gas company and its bank was enough to prevent money held in a bank account on behalf of the gas company from being seized by one of its creditors using a third party debt order (TPDO), the Court of Appeal... 15 Dec 2014

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

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