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This book provides a comprehensive but concise analysis of all the relevant principles and case law surrounding anti-suit injunctions. It also provides a vital resource to address the many practical problems likely to confront a practitioner applying for or resisting an anti-suit injunction in urgent circumstances. There are also chapters on related topics that frequently occur in anti-suit cases, such as the scope of exclusive jurisdiction clauses.
The main focus of the book is English law, but it also contains chapters summarising the relevant law in other common law jurisdictions such as the USA, Canada and Australia.
Recent significant developments in the law relating to anti-suit injunctions created by the decision of the ECJ in Turner v Grovit have left many questions open on the effects of this case. This book will be the first major treatment of anti-suit injunctions and will examine in detail those effects, and evaluate the case law as it develops.