New Zealand broke new ground by bringing the first State-to-State dispute under the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (“CPTPP”). This article examines the progress of the dispute and considers some key early lessons for governments and investors in CPTPP economies.
This article explores a recent decision in which the High Court rejected the aircraft lessor’s hybrid interpretation of the jurisdiction provisions of the lease.
A little patience – Enforcement of foreign judgments in England and Wales under the Lugano Convention
This article considers the decision in Islandsbanki Hf & Ors v Stanford, and the steps which must be taken to enforce a foreign judgment in England under the Lugano Convention.
What can parties do to boost the likelihood of successfully obtaining recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Vietnam?
This briefing examines the English Court of Appeal’s decision in PBS Energo AS v Bester Generacion UK Limited, an important judgment on the approach to enforcement of adjudication awards.