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[GBR] Anti-suit injunction enforces the contractual agreement to arbitrate

In Catlin Syndicate v Weyerhaeuser Company, the English High Court found granted the claimant insurer an anti-suit injunction to restrain a non-EU defendant insured from breaching a contractually agreed arbitration clause.

Man has to pay ex-wife $6 million after apex court accepts his appeal in part to reduce total matrimonial assets' value

Man has to pay ex-wife $6 million after apex court accepts his appeal in part to reduce total matrimonial assets' value

The Court of Appeal upheld a High Court judge's earlier division of matrimonial assets of 67:33 in favour of the husband, who is a co-founder of a venture capital fund.

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When courts place the interests of children at the heart of rulings

When courts place the interests of children at the heart of rulings

The recent court judgment involving the adoption of a child by a gay man shows how complex and difficult the exercise of ascertaining what promotes the welfare of the child is, says the author.

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GrabTaxi Holdings being sued by Singapore firm over Internet domain name

GrabTaxi Holdings being sued by Singapore firm over Internet domain name

GrabTaxi Holdings is being sued by a Singapore-based company over an alleged agreement that both parties had over the Indonesian Internet domain name, “grab.co.id”.

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PM seeks to strike out blogger's counterclaim

PM seeks to strike out blogger's counterclaim

Lawyers for Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong have made an application to the courts to strike out the counterclaim by blogger Leong Sze Hian, who is being sued by PM Lee for defamation.

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