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Volterra Fietta
On 31 January 2020, the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Justice (the "ECJ") issued the long-awaited decision in the Slovenia v. Croatia case, declaring that it lacks jurisdiction to rule on the
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Volterra Fietta
On 19 February 2020, the UK Supreme Court ("SC") unanimously lifted the stay on the enforcement of the Micula v. Romania ICSID award.
Quadrant Chambers
The Supreme Court will hear the shipowners' appeal from the decision in Alize 1954 v Allianz Elementar Versicherungs AG (The "CMA CGM LIBRA")
Quadrant Chambers
A person who brings a claim abroad in flagrant breach of an arbitration or jurisdiction agreement will be subject to an anti-suit injunction almost automatically
Leigh Day
As a result, Claimants receive substantially less than full compensation in respect of their injuries, and therefore are prevented from accessing justice.
Quadrant Chambers
In Madison Pacific Trust Limited v (1) Shakoor Capital Company and (2) Joint-Stock Company Commercial Bank Privatbank [2020] EWHC 610 (Ch), the court considered whether the trustee of securitised loan notes ...
Quadrant Chambers
Mediation will play an important role in resolving the many disputes that will follow the Covid-19 triggered recession.The flexibility of solutions that it offers mean that parties...
Volterra Fietta
On 15 February 2012, the M.V. Enrica Lexie, a commercial oil tanker flying the Italian flag, was transiting in international waters approximately 20.5 nautical miles off the coast of India.
Clyde & Co
The legacy run-off market has witnessed enormous growth in the past decade and developed into a key component of the global insurance market, with non-life liabilities in run-off now estimated to be in the region of $800bn.
Quadrant Chambers
The claim arose out of a fatal helicopter crash off the coast of Brazil in 2011 after the catastrophic in-flight failure of a tail rotor blade.
Quadrant Chambers
There is a clear public interest in the continuation of the administration of justice during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Quadrant Chambers
On 14 July 2020 the High Court (Miles J) handed down the latest judgment in the long-running Zumax v First City Monument Bank litigation - granting an "unless order"...
Leigh Day
A man, aged 65 known only as T to protect his identity, has settled his clinical negligence claim against the St Cross Hospital in Rugby after he underwent a number of hip procedures, and also suffered a perforated bowel that could have been avoided.
Charles Russell Speechlys LLP
Kew engaged Donald Insall Associates to provide architectural services as part of a project to convert and refurbish The King's Observatory in Richmond to form a private residence.
4 New Square Chambers
The current pandemic has created tremendous disruption across all industries, including in sports.
4 New Square Chambers
It is not uncommon for defendants to professional negligence claims to argue that the claimant should be barred from recovering damages because his or her cause of action is tarred by illegality.
4 New Square Chambers
The claims in that case centred on the wonderful 1982 painting Humidity by Jean-Michel Basquiat, the New York artist who died tragically aged only 27 in 1988.
Leigh Day
The Forum is a charity which seeks to protect the health of sufferers of asbestos related illnesses.
Leigh Day
A child who suffered near-total deprivation of oxygen at his birth will receive more than £30 million in compensation to help provide lifelong care.
Leigh Day
Button batteries - also known as 'coin batteries' or 'coin cell batteries'- are small, round batteries that come in many different sizes and types and work by mixing two chemicals...
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