MALAYSIAN APEX COURT DECIDES ON ARBITRABILITY OF DISPUTES INVOLVING A REMEDY OF STATUTORY FORECLOSURE, AND THE INCORPORATION OF ARBITRATION CLAUSES IN MULTI-CONTRACT TRANSACTIONS WHERE ONE CONTRACT CONTAINS AN ENTIRE AGREEMENT CLAUSE

Earlier this year, it was reported that the Malaysian Federal Court on 29 January 2018 decided an application to stay statutory foreclosure proceedings pursuant to a registered security granted over a parcel of land on the basis that the underlying… Read more

Parallel court and arbitration proceedings: English High Court grapples with further case management issues in Panama Canal dispute, clarifying that service of a defence pending appeal on refusal to grant a stay will not constitute “a step towards answering the substantive claim”

In our previous blog post on Autoridad del Canal de Panama v Sacyr, S.A. & Ors, we considered a failed application to stay English court proceedings brought in a dispute in which related ICC arbitration proceedings are also on foot.… Read more