- Court clarifies jurisdictional issues in committal proceedings
- Original news
- What does this case tell us in relation to committal applications under Regulation (EC) 44/2001, art 22(5)?
- Does this case build on the reasoning in Choudhary?
- How did the court approach the duty to provide the court with proper guidance as to the relevant law and presentation of the facts?
- In what circumstances can the court give permission for contempt proceedings to be served outside the jurisdiction?
- What did the court have to say about retrospective permission?
- What should lawyers take from this case?
Dispute Resolution analysis: When can the court allow for contempt proceedings to be served outside the jurisdiction? Nick Sloboda, barrister at One Essex Court, explains the significance of the Commercial Court’s decision in Dar Al Arkan.
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