By Nick Elwell-Sutton
, Charlotte Stern
The Government seems to have responded to the collapse of BHS and the exposure of poor working practices at Sports Direct by issuing a consultation paper on a range of measures...
By Graeme Watson
What happens if a patient undergoes surgery earlier than planned and he suffers an adverse outcome?
By Nigel Brook
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
By Eugene Tan
It is important to ensure that your organisation has appropriate measures in place to manage risks arising under the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (Cap. 30B) ("SOP Act").
By Anna Myrvang
Recent decisions on security for costs provide a useful reminder of how the court will apply the rules and exercise its discretion, together with insight into the scope of the court's powers...
By Mark Williamson
, Dean Carrigan
The ICO has produced a code of practice advising organisations processing individuals' data on the extent and manner of their privacy notices that are communicated to individuals.
By Sapna Jhangiani
If a management agreement is wrongfully terminated by a property owner—an event which occurs with increasing frequency in developing jurisdictions—the operator's usual remedy will be to sue...
By Deborah Elsasser
The US Supreme Court has denied the petition for certiorari filed by AVCO Corporation, Lycoming Engines Division ("Lycoming")...
By Philip Weissman
Plaintiff Golden Hawk Metallurgical, Inc. ("Golden Hawk") sought recovery from Federal Express Corporation ("FedEx") for the loss of two shipments containing precious metals and gems...
By Caroline Malo
, Nicole Truong
The Supreme Court of Canada rendered on November 25th, 2016 an awaited judgment, bringing distinctions between the notion of litigation privilege and solicitor-client privilege.
By Nicholas Magali
Plaintiff James Bagley commenced a personal injury/property damage negligence action in California state court in a case arising from the crash of a glider tow plane.
By Daniel Correll
On November 22, 2016, the US Department of Transportation ("DOT") issued a new enforcement policy on extended tarmac delays in light of the FAA Extension, Safety, and Security Act of 2016 ("2016 FAA Extension").
By Jai Sharma
We have received reports that the " THUAN PHAT 08 ", a 2008 built General Cargo vessel flying the Vietnamese flag, has sunk with the loss of 3,100MT rice on board.
By Conor Warde
Global law firm Clyde & Co has advised CM International Financial Leasing Co. Ltd. (CMIG Leasing), one of the largest new leasing companies in China...
By Graham Mitchell
Clyde & Co's UK employment team brings you CABLE, a monthly bulletin keeping you up to date with recent legal developments.