Category Archives: Recognition and Enforcement

Thoughts on Greg Shill’s Judgment Arbitrage

Paul Revere

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Greg Shill, now a visiting assistant professor of law at the University of Denver and formerly on the Chevron team at Gibson Dunn, has written a very interesting paper, Ending Judgment Arbitrage: Jurisdictional Competition and the Enforcement of Foreign Money Judgments in the United States, 54 Harv. J. Int’l L. 459 (2013). The paper has recently been covered on Opinio Juris and on Greg’s own blog, Just Shilling (catchy title!)
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Case of the Day: Mont Blanc v. Khan

The case of the day is Mont Blanc Trading Ltd. v. Khan (S.D.N.Y. 2014). Mont Blanc, which had won an arbitral award at the LCIA and then won confirmation at the English High Court, came to the US seeking recognition and enforcement. But a simple error will send Mont Blanc back to the drawing board.
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Case of the Day: Panchenkova v. Chigirinsky

The case of the day is Panchenkova v. Chigirinsky (Conn. Super. Ct. 2013), is an action for recognition and enforcement of a Russian divorce judgment.
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