UK court lifts anti-suit injunction against unpaid bunker suppliers proceeding in the US
In recent years, the English courts have been more reluctant to issue anti-suit injunctions preventing a party from bringing or pursuing foreign court proceedings, due to the concern that they conflict with the principle of comity between states and interfere with the foreign court’s jurisdiction. This case concerned the continuation of an anti-suit injunction granted on an ex parte basis in relation to ongoing proceedings in Florida brought by unpaid bunker suppliers.
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