The Cayman Islands Court of Appeal relieves the tension between arbitration clauses and the just and equitable winding-up jurisdiction (in Japanese)

In the Court of Appeal of the Cayman Islands, a comprehensive judgment on 23 April 2020, in which Judges Moses JA, Martin JA and Rix JA settle disputes between shareholders in arbitration and impartially liquidate the company; clarified this regarding the interactions between the exclusive jurisdictions of the courts that settle through fair clearing procedures, which is welcome.

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