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9 Sep 2006, 8:18 am
In the context of an action for the recognition of an English money judgment in the District of Columbia, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit confirmed the preclusive effect of the Act of State doctrine. [read post]
16 Apr 2009, 1:39 am
In National Navigation Co v Endesa Generacion SA [2009] EWHC 196 (Comm) a shipowner, National Navigation Co (National) made two applications to the English court in relation to a dispute with a Spanish electricity company, Endesa Generacion SA (Endesa). [read post]
7 May 2010, 2:31 am by traceydennis
NML Capital Ltd v Republic of Argentina Court of Appeal “An English Court had no jurisdiction to enforce a United States court judgment since there was no treaty between the two countries for the mutual recognition and enforcement of judgments; the appropriate way was to bring an action on the judgment in England to enforce it. [read post]
7 Aug 2017, 10:33 am by Amy Howe
On October 3, the Supreme Court will hear oral argument in Gill v. [read post]
6 Nov 2013, 2:30 am by Amy Howe
  Let’s talk about the case in Plain English. [read post]
25 Sep 2007, 10:46 pm
Both Kats add: it seems somehow ironic that the victim of this slip is a company that specialises in (as its logo states) "communications and security solutions". [read post]
7 Oct 2015, 9:30 pm by Dan Ernst
Hart Publishing announces Entick v Carrington: 250 Years of the Rule of Law, edited by Adam Tomkins, John Millar Professor of Public Law at the University of Glasgow, and Paul Scott,  Lecturer in Public Law at the University of Southampton.Entick v Carrington is one of the canons of English public law and in 2015 it is 250 years old. [read post]
29 Jan 2015, 10:31 am
Concerning the UK decisions, the Hague Court of Appeal states (4.3): “Departing from the said criterion the Court of Appeal, other than the judge in summary proceedings and the English High Court and Court of Appeal, partly because of different insights (more in particular after reading of the priority document) and partly because of other arguments of parties…”.Now this is jolly interesting, thinks this moggy. [read post]