Tag Archives: Governing law

India related commercial contracts: dispute resolution and governing law clauses

Herbert Smith Freehills has published a new edition of its well-regarded Guide on dispute resolution and governing law clauses in India-related commercial contracts. The Guide is intended to assist in-house counsel who handle India-related commercial contracts on behalf of non-Indian … Continue reading

Leave a Comment

Filed under Arbitration clauses, Asia, India, News, Publications and Guides

Applicable law of arbitration agreements: Singapore revisits the English case of Sulamérica

In the recent case of BCY v BCZ [2016] SGHC 249, the Singapore High Court considered whether there was a valid and binding arbitration agreement in the context of a negotiated but unsigned contract. The Court comprehensively summarised Singapore's position … Continue reading

Leave a Comment

Filed under Arbitration laws, Asia, South East Asia

Indian Supreme Court Gives Further Reassurance on the Limits of its Jurisdiction in Cases of Arbitration Seated Outside India

In a welcome addition to the recent suite of pro-arbitration decisions emanating from India, in the case of Reliance Industries Limited & Anr v Union of India, the Supreme Court of India overturned the decision of the Delhi High Court … Continue reading

Leave a Comment

Filed under Arbitration clauses, India

Commercial Court reaffirms the importance of Sulamérica in determining the law of the arbitration agreement in circumstances where choice of seat was agreed without actual authority

In the recent decision of Habas Sinai Ve Tibbi Gazlar Istihsal Andustrisi AS and VSC Steel Company Ltd [2013] EWHC 4071 (Comm), the English Commercial Court summarised the guidance provided in Sulamérica Cia Nacional De Seguros S.A. and others v … Continue reading

Leave a Comment

Filed under Arbitration clauses, Europe