Upcoming webinar – International Litigation Update

On Tuesday 18 October (12noon – 1.00pm UK time) we will present the first in a new series of webinars for Herbert Smith Freehills clients and contacts, focussing on the issues that arise in litigating cross border disputes. In this webinar: Larry Shore, a disputes partner in our New York office, will consider ways of obtaining evidence … Read more

Article published – Enforcing judgments in the EU post Brexit

The UK’s anticipated exit from the EU will have implications for many areas, including the enforcement of English court judgments across the EU. The ease (or otherwise) with which judgments may be enforced post-Brexit will depend on what arrangements are negotiated between the UK government and the EU. Anna Pertoldi has published a post on … Read more

Recent decisions illustrate the difficulty of resisting enforcement of a foreign judgment on grounds which could be raised in the original court

Two recent High Court decisions have shown how difficult it is to resist enforcement of a foreign judgment in England by relying on matters which were, or could have been, raised in the original court. They also show that the English court will give careful consideration to whether any of the limited defences to enforcement … Read more