Freezing Injunctions in English Litigation and Arbitration
Freezing orders are seen as a “nuclear” option in the English court’s arsenal. They are intended to restrain the defendant from dealing with or disposing of its assets, such as bank accounts, shares or property until judgment can be obtained or enforced.
New Partner: Drewry Cooper
We are pleased to welcome Mr Drewry Cooper, who joined our firm as a Partner on 1 May 2019. Please see below his short self-introducing letter: “I am delighted to have recently joined Fortior Law in Geneva. So far in my career, I have gained experience in maritime litigation whilst working at Hill Dickinson in […]
Fortior Law continues expansion: Yenkong Nganjoh Hodu joins the firm as Of Counsel
We are very pleased to announce that Professor Yenkong Hodu has joined us as Of Counsel. Professor Hodu is a Barrister and Solicitor and is called to the Supreme Court of Cameroon. In 2013, he was nominated to the WTO Appellate Body by the government of Cameroon. Professor Hodu provided consultancy services to African governments seeking […]
Caspian Arbitration Society: New Arbitrator – Eva Kalnina
Counsel, arbitrator (sole and party-appointed) and secretary to tribunal in numerous commercial and investment disputes (ICC, LCIA, ICSID, SCC, UNCITRAL ad hoc, FAI, LMAA, and others)
Caspian Arbitration Society Inauguration
The world’s most advanced framework for international arbitration
Introducing Caspian Arbitration Society
Fortior Law is proud to participate in the launch of the Caspian Arbitration Society….
Me Xavier-Romain Rahm joins Fortior Law as Of-Counsel
Me Rahm has a broad Swiss-law practice and works for both domestic and international clients. Me Rahm’s recent cases include debt-recovery and urgent interim injunction proceedings in Geneva courts.
Caspian Week 2019 in Davos
We look forward to participating in the 2019 edition of the Caspian Week in Davos. Please join us for Vitaliy Kozachenko’s speech on innovation in legal services at 12.30 on 24 January 2019 at the Caspian Week Pavilion.
BLOCKCHAIN AND SMART CONTRACTS IN THE SHIPPING INDUSTRY: LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS
This Article was first published in the CECCA Newsletter on Maritime Law and Commerce (Issue 14) of November 2018 Introduction This article offers a succinct overview of the potential which distributed ledger technology (DLT) has to positively disrupt a fundamental pillar of the global economy: the shipping industry. To date, more than ninety per […]