image_pdfimage_print

Views

Application of Singapore’s new rules on service out of jurisdiction: Three Arrows Capital and NW Corp

Application of Singapore’s new rules on service out of jurisdiction: Three Arrows Capital and NW Corp The Rules of Court 2021 (‘ROC 2021’) entered into force on 1 April 2022. Among other things, ROC 2021 reformed the rules on service out of jurisdiction (previously discussed

No role for anti-suit injunctions under the TTPA to enforce exclusive jurisdiction agreements

Australian and New Zealand courts have developed a practice of managing trans-Tasman proceedings in a way that recognises the close relationship between the countries, and that aids in the effective and efficient resolution of cross-border disputes. This has been the case especially since the implementation of the Agreement on Trans-Tasman Court Proceedings and Regulatory Enforcement, […]

Lex Fori Reigns Supreme: Indian High Court (Finally) Confirms Applicability of the Indian Law by ‘Default’ in all International Civil and Commercial Matters

Written by Shubh Jaiswal, student, Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat (India) and Professor Saloni Khanderia, JGLS.  In the landmark case of TransAsia Private Capital vs Gaurav Dhawan, the Delhi High Court clarified that Indian Courts are not automatically required to determine and apply the governing law of a dispute unless the involved parties introduce expert […]

News

British Academy International Writing Workshops: Access to Justice in Southeast Asia

  Georgia Antonopoulou (University of Birmingham) From 24 to 26 September 2024, the International Writing Workshop ‘Reimagining Access to Justice: An Equitable Research Partnership with Southeast Asia’ will take place in Jakarta, Indonesia. The writing workshop will focus on the theme of access to civil justice in Southeast Asia and is funded by the British […]

Postgraduate Law Conference of the Centre for Private International Law, 6 May 2024

The Second Postgraduate Law Conference of the Centre for Private International Law will be taking place on 6 May 2024, 09:00 – 17:00 GMT.  This is a virtual event bringing together early career scholars working in the private international law field or fields with an intersection to private international law such as EU Law, Human Rights […]

HCCH Monthly Update: April 2024

Meetings & Events From 8 to 12 April 2024, the Working Group on Parentage / Surrogacy met for the second time. Pursuant to its mandate, the Working Group continued its consideration of draft provisions for one new instrument on legal parentage generally, including legal parentage resulting from an international surrogacy agreement. More information is

Upcoming Events

Short Notes