OVERVIEW OF THE LATEST COURT PRACTICE ON THE RUSSIAN SANCTIONS-RELATED AMENDMENTS—IS WINTER COMING?

This analysis was first published on Lexis®PSL on 29 October 2021 and can be found here (subscription required). Ivan Teselkin, partner, Maria Dolotova, of counsel, Alexander Gridasov, senior associate, and Sergei Eremin, senior associate, of Herbert Smith Freehills provide an overview of Russian court decisions on the impact of recent amendments to Russian law relating … Read more

MALAYSIA: HIGH COURT DECLINES TO STAY ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS ON THE BASIS OF A NON-SIGNATORY’S ALLEGATION OF BRIBERY AND CORRUPTION UNDERLYING THE CONTRACT

In Vertex Superieur Sdn Bhd & Anor v Shell Malaysia Trading Sdn Bhd (Civil Suit No. BA-22C-5-03/2020), the Malaysian High Court refused to stay court proceedings brought in breach of an arbitration agreement on the basis that it was in the public interest that allegations by a non-signatory that an underlying contract was procured by … Read more

ENGLISH COURT OF APPEAL ORDERS THE PUBLICATION OF TWO JUDGMENTS IN AN ARBITRATION CLAIM BETWEEN MANCHESTER CITY FOOTBALL CLUB AND THE PREMIER LEAGUE

In Manchester City Football Club Ltd v Football Association Premier League Ltd and others [2021] EWCA Civ 1110, the English Court of Appeal considered whether to order the publication of a High Court judgment that rejected challenges to an arbitral award under sections 67 and 68 of the English Arbitration Act. Weighing the factors militating … Read more

JUDICIAL COMMITTEE OF THE PRIVY COUNCIL FINDS THAT NO EXPRESS ALLEGATION, CONSIDERATION OR FINDING OF ‘SUBSTANTIAL INJUSTICE’ IS REQUIRED TO ESTABLISH A SERIOUS PROCEDURAL IRREGULARITY

In the recent decision of RAV Bahamas Ltd and another v Therapy Beach Club Incorporated the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council (the “Privy Council”) considered that s90 of the Bahamas Arbitration Act 2009 (the “Bahamas Arbitration Act”) – which provides for challenges to arbitration awards on the grounds of serious irregularity – did not … Read more