Latham.London

Tag Archives: Court of Appeal

Parties Must Take Care to Avoid Risk of Defective Service in Arbitration

By Robert Price and Eleanor Scogings Two recent English court decisions provide useful reminders that parties to arbitration agreements must take care to properly serve arbitration proceedings on the other party. In doing so, parties will avoid the risk of the court setting aside an award on the grounds that service was defective and that the … Continue Reading

How Will Court of Appeal Decision in Sabbagh v Khoury and others Affect Future Article 6(1) Cases?

By Oliver Browne and Daniel Harrison The Brussels Regulation provides for an exception to the general rule that a claimant must sue a defendant in the EU Member State where the defendant is domiciled. The exception allows a claimant to sue a defendant where a co-defendant (the “anchor” defendant) is domiciled instead, if the claims … Continue Reading
LexBlog