All posts with the tag: Brussels Regulation

In Cyprus Popular Bank Public Co Ltd v Vgenopoulos and others, the High Court held that a freezing order granted by another EU Member State does not become immediately fully effective and enforceable once a registration order is made by the English court.  It becomes enforceable only if no appeal is brought in respect of … Continue reading Foreign freezing order cannot be enforced within the jurisdiction until any appeal against registration of the order is determined

The Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) has published its much-anticipated judgment in the Gazprom case. It confirmed that under the arbitration exclusion in the original Brussels Regulation, that Regulation does not compel the courts of an EU Member State to refuse to enforce an arbitral award which contains an anti-suit injunction. Although … Continue reading CJEU finds anti-suit injunctions in arbitral awards compatible with the Brussels Regulation

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