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Campbells
On 29 May 2020 the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court, Court of Appeal handed down a judgment which found that the BVI Court has no jurisdiction to grant free-standing freezing injunctions...
Ogier
In its judgment given on 30 March 2020 in Paraskevaides v Citco[1], the Eastern Caribbean Court of Appeal considered a range of issues on appeal from the Commercial Court
Carey Olsen
Carey Olsen presents this unofficial consolidation of the BVI Insolvency Act 2003 (the "Act") and the Insolvency Rules 2005 (the "Rules").
Conyers
Significantly, the Court determined the issue of the recoverability of costs in respect of work done by three fee earners of Conyers based in Hong Kong who were not BVI admitted at the relevant time.
Appleby
On 30 March 2020, the Court of Appeal of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court (the Court of Appeal) delivered a decision of some practical importance to the practice relating to applications...
Ogier
The BVI Commercial Court has just delivered a judgment that answers the question raised in the BVI as a result of two English decisions questioning the availability of Norwich Pharmacal relief for the purposes of overseas proceedings.
Walkers
In a lengthy and closely reasoned judgment, the Court conducted a detailed analysis of the provisions of the BCA which impose the legislative regime for dealing with bearer shares held in BVI incorporated companies.
Walkers
The Judge rejected Kirkland's submissions.
O'Neal Webster
Freezing orders are one of the most important weapons in a court's arsenal to prevent parties from disposing of or dissipating assets to ensure they will be available to satisfy a potential future money judgment.
Carey Olsen
In recent years, the Courts of the British Virgin Islands have seen an increase in the number of applications for interim receiverships.
Conyers
One consistent message resounded throughout the 3rd Annual BVI Arbitration Conference, which took place in November 2019.
Conyers
This may be of particular concern if the target assets are located (or believed to be located) offshore.
Conyers
Until recently Russian and CIS clients would often, without hesitation, choose London as the seat of arbitration and the London Court of International Arbitration Rules as the rules governing the arbitral procedure.
Ogier
Ogier in the BVI has welcomed two new litigators - Daniel Mitchell and Katherine Bradley – to its dispute resolution team, who have joined as senior associate and associate respectively
Campbells
In a decision handed down on 17 April 2019, the BVI Commercial Court has given guidance on the scope of its jurisdiction to grant freezing orders in support of foreign proceedings
Campbells
On 9 May 2019, The Honourable Mr Justice Adrian Jack QC (Ag) delivered an oral Judgment in BVI proceedings in the Abyzov/Vekselberg-related litigation.
Appleby
We are pleased to inform you of the announcement last week by the Judicial Commission of Mr Gerhard Wallbank as an acting Judge of the Commercial Division of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court ...
Appleby
The BVI Court of Appeal recently handed down an important decision in relation to the power of the Court to grant injunctive relief in support ...
Appleby
When a Russian company brings a claim in the BVI against two Russian employees, employed under Russian law service agreements, it is perhaps not surprising that a forum challenge would ensue
Conyers
Following the passing of the 2013 Arbitration Act and the subsequent establishment of the International Arbitration Centre, the BVI is committed to both the conduct of arbitrations in the jurisdiction ...
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