CROSS POST: SUPREME COURT CLARIFIES TEST FOR RE-OPENING JUDGMENT BEFORE ORDER IS SEALED

In a recent post on our Litigation Notes Blog, HSF Partner Anna Pertoldi and Professional Support Consultant Maura McIntosh consider the Supreme Court decision in AIC Ltd v Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria [2022] UKSC 16, clarifying the approach a judge should adopt if asked to exercise the power to re-open their judgment or order at any time until the order has been sealed. The issue arose in the context of proceedings brought by AIC to enforce an arbitral award against the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria.

The full post can be read here.

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