Tag Archives: Injunction

English Commercial Court orders stay of Lebanon-seated arbitration in ‘exceptional’ case

In the most recent decision in the Sabbagh family feud, Sabbagh v Khoury & Ors [2018] EWHC 1330 (Comm), the English Commercial Court ordered the stay of parallel Lebanon-seated arbitration proceedings. This was despite the tribunal in that case having … Continue reading

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Filed under Arbitration proceedings, Court intervention, Europe, Interim relief, Middle East

English Court confirms power to grant anti-enforcement injunction but application fails due to unnecessary delay

The English Commercial Court (the Court) in Ecobank Transnational Inc v Tanoh [2015] EWHC 1874 (Comm) refused to restrain the enforcement of two foreign judgments because of unnecessary delay. The application was made on the basis that the subject matter … Continue reading

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Tanzanian Courts Injunct ICSID Proceedings

On 23 April 2014, the Tanzanian High Court ordered both parties in on-going ICSID arbitration proceedings, Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited (SCB HK) and the Tanzania Electric Supply Company (Tanesco), to refrain from “enforcing, complying with or operationalising” a … Continue reading

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Filed under Africa, Enforcement, Investment Arbitration, New York Convention

Singapore Court of Appeal sets aside injunction against Maldivian state-owned company in airport dispute

The Singapore Court of Appeal has set aside an interim injunction granted by the High Court against a Maldivian state-owned corporation (“MACL“), by which MACL had been restrained from interfering with the operation of the Maldives airport by the relevant … Continue reading

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Filed under Asia, India, South East Asia, Sovereign Immunity