- Singapore—time and place of the essence in international arbitration (Hilton International Manage (Maldives) v Sun Travels & Tours)
- What are the practical implications of this case?
- What was the background to the case?
- What did the court decide?
Arbitration analysis: The recent decision from the Singapore High Court in Hilton International Manage (Maldives) Pvt Ltd v Sun Travels & Tours Pvt Ltd raises some interesting issues on the strategic approach to dealing with foreign court proceedings commenced post-issuance of arbitration awards, and the timing of when applications for anti-suit injunctions should be brought, as Jonathan Choo, partner in Bird & Bird’s Singapore office, explains.
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