Interim and Emergency Relief - In Support of Maritime Arbitration Under English Law
Article from: TDM 1 (2021), in Maritime Law
Parties often need urgent orders in shipping disputes - for example to preserve evidence or assets, or to release goods or to stop one party commencing foreign court proceedings in breach of the arbitration agreement. In that situation a party needs to know what remedies are available and most appropriate. It will have to decide whether to go to court or an arbitral tribunal. This paper will address these questions and outline the basic framework where a party seeks injunctive relief regarding a claim subject to a London arbitration clause. It will highlight the boundary between the ...