Supreme Court Revisits The Laws Governing Arbitration Agreement – Company Formations, India

IntroductionRecently, Supreme Court of India in Enercon India vs Enercon GmBH1 revisited the laws which are largely applicable to the arbitration agreement.  In this case, the arbitration agreement contained the following clause: “A proceedings in such arbitration shall be conducted in English. The venue of the arbitration proceedings shall be in London. The arbitrators may (but shall not be […]

Relief for Landowner: CERCLA Violation Will Not Lead To Double Trouble – US – New York

After a corporate landowner did as the law required by paying its cleanup costs for violation of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (“CERCLA”), it thought it was off the hook. But the district court ordered the landowner to pay the cleanup costs twice—once to the general contractor and once to a subcontractor. […]