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After its controversial ruling earlier this year that unstamped arbitration agreements are unenforceable, India’s Supreme Court has agreed to refer the decision to a seven-judge bench for reconsideration.
29 September 2023
An Indian authority has issued an interim injunction to prevent a Mauritian private equity fund from pursuing a Singapore-seated ICC arbitration against the founder of an online matchmaking service – months after the Singapore courts affirmed the dispute was arbitrable.
18 September 2023
Mining group Vedanta Resources has agreed a billion-dollar settlement with a Zambian state-owned entity to regain control of a copper-mining venture and bring an end to an UNCITRAL arbitration seated in South Africa.
06 September 2023
A third-party funder has confirmed it will provide up to US$13.5 million for an Australian mining company to pursue an investment treaty claim against India over a gold project.
05 September 2023
After a recent Indian Supreme Court ruling that unstamped arbitration agreements are unenforceable, the Delhi High Court has clarified the steps that must now be taken when dealing with a petition for the court to appoint arbitrators. Shashank Garg, an advocate who appeared as amicus curiae in the Delhi proceedings, reports.
25 August 2023
An Indian arbitrator has refused a Mumbai healthcare provider’s request for interim measures to restrain a US private equity firm from selling a hospital network to rival bidders.
18 August 2023
A US appeals court has overturned the enforcement of a US$1.3 billion ICC award against Indian state-owned satellite company Antrix, saying the award debtor lacked a sufficient connection to the US.
02 August 2023
A Singapore court has upheld a quantum award requiring a South Korean construction group to pay only nominal damages to an Indian state-owned entity in a US$183 million dispute over a polyethylene plant contract.
25 July 2023
Mumbai-based senior advocate Sharan Jagtiani has joined 39 Essex Chambers.
21 July 2023
A Dutch court has refused to enforce a billion-dollar ICC award against an Indian state-owned entity, finding that the applicant was no longer authorised to act on the award creditor’s behalf.
20 July 2023
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