In this edition of Addleshaw Goddard's International Arbitration Quarterly Review we explore:


  • The importance of meeting a deadline and paying an arbitrator's fees: a cautionary tale
  • English Commercial Court considers the principles relating to setting aside permission to enforce an arbitral award on the grounds of fraud
  • English Court confirms the high hurdle that needs to be jumped if a party wants to enforce an award that has been set aside by the courts where an arbitration took place
  • The New Flamenco – a dance around the principles of mitigating damages
  • To restrain or not to restrain? Application to continue an interim injunction restraining the drawdown on performance guarantees

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