In an August 28, 2007 post, we reported on the decision of the UK Commercial Court granting a permanent injunction against an insurer seeking to challenge a UK arbitration award, which was governed by New York law, in US courts. The UK Court of Appeals has denied an appeal, affirming that decision, in a situation in which: (1) the contract was a Bermuda insurance form; (2) the contract provided that it was governed by New York substantive law; and (3) the contract provided that any arbitration would occur in London, subject to UK arbitration law. The decision turned on the interpretation of the insurance contract, with the Court of Appeals agreeing with the analysis and conclusion of the Commercial Court judge. The Court of Appeal found that disputes as to the confirmation or vacation of an award had to be brought in the UK courts, and that a permanent injunction barring the insurer from challenging the award in US courts was appropriate. C and D  EWCA Civ. 1282 (Dec. 5, 2007).