What RBRG v Sinocore tells us about resisting enforcement of awards on public policy grounds
In light of the recent decision of the English Court of Appeal in RBRG Trading v Sinocore, Watson Farley Williams partner Andrew Hutcheon and associates Nick Payne and Edward Cohen consider the scope to resist enforcement of arbitration awards on public policy grounds, particularly under English law.
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