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In Stichting Shell Pensioenfonds v Krys and another (British Virgin Islands) [2014] UKPC 41, the Privy Council considered the question of whether, when a company is being wound up in the jurisdiction where it is incorporated, an anti-suit injunction should be issued to prevent a creditor from pursuing proceedings in another jurisdiction which are calculated … Continue reading Anti-suit injunctions in insolvency proceedings

In Standard Chartered Bank v Zungera Power Ltd, the High Court considered an application made by Standard Chartered Bank Limited (“SCB”) to set aside an order whereby a Deputy Master had ordered that a freezing injunction with ancillary disclosure order made by a court in Nigeria should be registered as an English judgment under the … Continue reading High Court refuses to register Nigerian freezing injunction as English judgment

On 4 December 2014, Advocate General Wathelet of the Court of Justice of the European Union delivered an Opinion in the Gazprom case to the effect that the Brussels Regulation does not compel the courts of an EU Member State to refuse to enforce an arbitral award which contains an anti-suit injunction on the basis … Continue reading Advocate General’s Opinion in the Gazprom case: implications of the Recast Brussels Regulation for anti-suit injunctions in arbitral awards

In AB v CD, the Court of Appeal held that a party which applies for an interim injunction to prevent a breach of contract may argue that damages will not constitute an adequate remedy where there are contractual terms which exclude or limit liability for loss that would be caused by such a breach.  The … Continue reading Whether damages constitute an adequate remedy where there is a contractual provision limiting damages

In Georgian American Alloys Inc v White & Case LLP, the court granted a permanent injunction to prevent a firm of solicitors from acting for or advising Mr Victor Pinchuk in multi-billion dollar proceedings brought by Mr Pinchuk in the Commercial Court.  The judgment illustrates the high threshold required to satisfy the court that sufficient … Continue reading Permanent injunction to prevent solicitors acting in a Commercial Court action