Arbitration Set Aside Proceedings: Court in an UNCITRAL Model Law Jurisdiction Effectively Revises the Award
UN Model Law-jurisdictions, watch out: In a recent decision, the Singapore High Court (“Court”) was asked to set aside an arbitral award which had ordered payment of liquidated damages for delayed construction of an industrial plant.
Vessel “Personification” Bunker Supplier Retains Lien Rights After Settlement | ZFZ Postcard Cases
It is well established under US law that maritime liens attach to a vessel allowing for in rem actions against the vessel itself.
US Supreme Court Dismiss Arbitrability Dispute l ZFZ Postcard Cases
On Monday 25 January 2021, SCOTUS issued a one-page order to dismiss the writ of certiorari to Henry Schein Inc. v. Archer and White Sales Inc., “as improvidently granted”.
Offshore Wind Energy – Jones Act Application In First CBP Ruling
On January 27, 2021, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (“CBP”) published its first Jones Act guidance ruling (“Ruling”) related to offshore wind energy production.
OFAC Clarifies Exceptions for INEA in Venezuela | ZFZ Postcard Cases
INEA was listed as an SDN by OFAC on January 19, 2021.
Austrian General Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) in Support of Governmental COVID-19 Testing Strategy in Force | ZFZ Postcard Cases
The Austrian General Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) aims to create a level playing field for COVID-19 testing of employees, to ensure a safe working environment and to prevent future lockdowns.