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Questions relating to anti-suit injunctions arise frequently in commercial practice, as commercial litigation is often disputed in several jurisdictions simultaneously.
In these, circumstances, a party preferring to conduct its litigation in England would need to determine whether it might be possible and effective to obtain an anti-suit injunction to restrain the other party from conducting its proceeding in another jurisdiction.
This updating supplement complements the Main Work The Anti-Suit Injunction, published in 2008, and brings it up to date in what is a fast-moving field. In particular it takes account of the volume of case law on the anti-suit injunction since the book was published, including most significantly:-