“Delaware Supreme Court Finds that Court of Chancery Had Jurisdiction To Enjoin a Collateral Attack on a Prior Arbitration Award Under the Federal Arbitration Act”

JD Supra has published this article by Morris James attorneys Albert Manwaring, IV, Tyler O”Connell and Bryan Townsend, discussing the decision in Gulf LNG Energy, LLC v. ENI USA Gas Mktg., LLC, No. 22, 2020 (Del. Nov. 17, 2020) The article explains that the court determined it was appropriate to enjoin claims of “irregularities in the prior arbitration or seeks to rectify the harm it suffered, which are issues subject to exclusive review under the post-award procedure in the Federal Arbitration Act.”

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