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Clyde & Co
On 5 May 2020, 23 Member States of the European Union (EU) signed an Agreement for the Termination of Bilateral Investment Treaties between the Member States of the European Union (Agreement).
Arthur Cox
Two important judgements have recently been handed down in the UK in relation to vicarious liability.
BCL Solicitors LLP
On 24 April 2020, the Lord Chief Justice announced the establishment of a judicial working group to consider ways to re-start some jury trials once it is safe to do so.
Clyde & Co
One of the key highlights in the Outline Development Plan for the Guandong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area 2019 ("Plan") is the explicit support given to Hong Kong to boost its status as the centre for international legal services.
Mayer Brown
Group litigation has been part of the UK litigation landscape for twenty years. In recent years, however, a number of contributory factors have fueled the growth of claims brought ...
Clyde & Co
HMCTS have confirmed that they have expanded their pilot digital service to allow claimant solicitors to issue Part 7 personal injury claims online, as part of the response to the coronavirus outbreak.
BCL Solicitors LLP
In the recent case of Barton and Booth v R [2020] EWCA Crim 575, a five-judge Court of Appeal has confirmed the test for dishonesty to be used in criminal cases. The law in this area had been in a state of...
Clyde & Co
Tricon Energy Ltd v MTM Trading LLC [2020] EWHC 700 (Comm) underlines the importance of a thorough consideration of all available documentary evidence when presenting a claim...
Clyde & Co
The High Court has found that allowing the Claimant to pursue her claim 32 years after expiry of the limitation period would result in substantial prejudice...
Clyde & Co
The Court of Appeal has provided helpful guidance on the circumstances in which a law firm can be restrained from acting for a defendant where, in earlier similar litigation, the same firm has...
Litigation is inevitable in the current economic climate. However, the perception is that settlement might be more difficult to achieve without face to face meetings or access to ADR.
Clyde & Co
The Ministry of Justice has confirmed that the whiplash reforms, previously delayed until 1 August 2020, will now be delayed until April 2021.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
A recent case in which the enjoyment of property has been allegedly disturbed by actions taking place on a neighbouring property may pique the interest
Businesses in the British Isles are likely to welcome the landmark decision of the UK Supreme Court on 1 April 2020[1] that WM Morrison Supermarkets
Shearman & Sterling LLP
The English Court of Appeal has granted an anti-suit injunction in favour of our client ENKA Insaat ve Sanayi AS restraining an entity in the Chubb insurance group from pursuing proceedings commenced...
Taylor Vinters
In the recent case of I-Admin (Singapore) Pte Ltd v Hong Ying Ting & Others [2020] SGCA 32 involving breach of confidence, the Court of Appeal departed from the...
Clyde & Co
Clyde & Co have successfully defended a claim in which it was alleged our client was responsible for serious injuries suffered by an articulated lorry driver during his employment.
Wrigleys Solicitors
In the recent case of ACC and others [EWCOP9] 2020 the Court of Protection has provided a helpful reminder to deputies as to what falls under the general authority as outlined...
WH Partners
On 8 April 2020, the High Court of Justice in London overturned three Unexplained Wealth Orders (UWOs) following applications by the respondents to those orders.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
On April 1, 2020, the United Kingdom Supreme Court, released a decision which considered the circumstances under which an employer is vicariously liable for the conduct of its employees.
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