An anti-suit injunction restrains a respondent from starting or pursuing proceedings in another jurisdiction. It can be a powerful and effective tool for parties engaged in litigation with an international element. Moreover, following the United Kingdom’s departure from the European Union, anti-suit injunctions are now available in a wider range of cases than previously.
In this Practical Guide to Anti-Suit Injunctions Charles Dougherty KC and Alistair Mackenzie considers the various requirements for an anti-suit injunction, their relevance to arbitration proceedings, and how such orders should be sought (or resisted) in practice.
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If you have any queries, please contact the clerking team or Charles and Alistair via the contact details provided in the guide.