Singapore High Court: Whether an Arbitral Award on Substantive Merits can be Termed as Ruling on Negative Jurisdiction? Does Doctrine of res judicata Have Effect on the Tribunal’s Authority to Hear the Dispute?

In BTN and another v BTP and another, [2019] SGHC 212, the Singapore High Court dismissed an application to either review a partial arbitral award under Section 10(3)(b) of the International Arbitration Act (Cap. 143A) (‘IAA’) of Singapore, or in the alternative, to set aside the partial award under Section 24(b) of the IAA and…

Supreme Court of India: Whether the Objections Regarding Enforceability of A Foreign Award and Objections Regarding Maintainability of the Execution of Foreign Award Are To Be Heard Separately Or Simultaneously

In case of LMJ International Ltd. and Ors. v. Sleepwell Industries Co. Ltd. decided on 20 February 2019, the Supreme Court of India considered the question of whether the objections regarding enforceability of a foreign award and objections regarding maintainability of the execution of foreign award are to be heard separately or simultaneously. The Court…