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On 27 November 2020, the Supreme Court handed down its highly anticipated judgment in Halliburton Company v Chubb Bermuda Insurance Ltd [2020] UKSC 48
Mayer Brown
It borrowed money from the Respondents secured by a legal charge over the Property.
Mayer Brown
The ability for parties to communicate "without prejudice" to try to settle disputes is an important principle in litigation in England and Wales.
Mayer Brown
Arbitrators' independence and impartiality is one of the cornerstones of arbitration.
Mayer Brown
The High Court has issued a long-awaited follow-on judgment in the Lloyds Bank case.
Gowling WLG
The third judgment in the Lloyds court proceedings on Guaranteed Minimum Pension (GMP) equalisation has now been handed down (Lloyds Banking Group Pensions Trustees Ltd v Lloyds Bank PLC & Ors...
Leigh Day
In a landmark judgment the Court of Appeal have today ruled, in the case of Swift v Carpenter, that people who require special accommodation
Leigh Day
The diabetic woman, who we have called Lydia, was treated for the removal of kidney stones, but an underlying condition was missed.
ONC Lawyers
How to determine the governing law of an arbitration agreement? Should it be the law applicable to the contract containing the arbitration agreement, or should it be the law of the seat of the arbitration?
Gilson Gray
At a time of change, with the new 5 Tier system being introduced in Scotland and a return to work for many in Scotland delayed perhaps until the New Year, one certainty of the "new normal" is that...
Leigh Day
The woman, who we have called Margaret to protect her identity, suffered further problems when the tear was not promptly diagnosed and more difficulties resulted.
Leigh Day
Emma Hall considers moves to reduce the risk of repeated minor brain trauma among footballers.
Leigh Day
The devasting effects and future implications of COVID-19 has become increasingly more evident during a further period of national lockdown.
Butcher & Barlow
Fatal Accidents Act 1976 (Remedial) Order 2020 came into force on 6th October 2020. Our head of Personal Dispute Resolution, Greg Porter, explains the effect this has on the rights of family members
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
How did a change in pay policy lead to an indirect discrimination claim and was the discriminatory effect justifiable?
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
The hearing for the case of The Harpur Trust v Mrs Brazel has been listed at the Supreme Court for 9 November 2021.
Butcher & Barlow
Sam Dale, Partner and specialist in private client and dispute resolution, explains the benefit of setting up a Personal Injury Trusts following the payment of compensation received as a result of a personal injury claim.
Hill Dickinson
In this case the court had to consider how an expert determination clause in a settlement agreement affected an application for summary judgment in relation to unpaid demurrage.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
VWV has recently settled a complex and long running claim under the Inheritance (Provision for Family and Dependants) Act 1975, brought by a cohabitee.
Walker Morris
A lack of understanding and a loss of privilege, however, can prove fatal to a case.
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