Published on December 23, 2021
Enyo Law Client successful in upholding USD43 million LCIA Award

Enyo Law represented Angophora Holdings Limited in successfully resisting a challenge under s.68 of the Arbitration Act (and related challenges) to a USD43 million Award issued to Angophora in LCIA proceedings in which Enyo also acted.

In a Judgment handed down in the Commercial Court on 14 December 2021, Sir Andrew Smith rejected all of these challenges (made by, inter alia, a Respondent to the Award) and concluded that there was no irregularity affecting the Tribunal, the proceedings or the Award.

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The Enyo team involved in this matter comprised of Konrad Rodgers, Jonathan Brook, Katie Marquet-Horwood and Roshan Laidlay, working alongside Ivanyan & Partners in Moscow, Michael Swainston QC of Brick Court, and James Duffy and Jacob Turner of Fountain Court.

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