All posts with the tag: Anti-suit

Golden Endurance Shipping SA v RMA Watanya SA gives clarity on the important jurisdiction to grant anti-suit injunctions. Burton J in his judgment makes clear that no separate jurisdictional gateway is required, providing the injunction is ancillary to claims where English jurisdiction is established. The case concerned damage to a cargo of wheat bran pellets … Continue reading A separate jurisdictional gateway is not required to grant an anti-suit injunction, provided the injunction is ancillary to a substantive action that attracts English jurisdiction

The recent decision of the Court of Appeal in Bank St Petersburg OJSC v Vitaly Arkhangelsky is a rare example of an English court granting an anti-enforcement injunction to enjoin a party from enforcing a foreign judgment, albeit on an interim basis. The starting point for the decision was in Russia, where the claimant obtained … Continue reading The Court of Appeal grants rare anti-enforcement injunction