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By Tina Collier
The case of Fulton Shipping Inc of Panama v Globalia Business Travel SAU (formerly Travelplan SAU) of Spain reached the English Supreme Court in 2016/2017.
By Mark Bisset, Thomas van der Wijngaart, John Balfour
On 6 July 2017 the Court of Justice of the EU delivered a judgment clarifying two issues arising in connection with the provisions relating to air fares in EU Regulation 1008/2008 ...
By John Milligan
The presumption that rebates granted by dominant companies in exchange for customers buying all or most of their requirements from the dominant company ...
By Nick Elwell-Sutton
No, says a UK employment tribunal in a recent case brought by part-time Qantas cabin crew for indirect sex discrimination after their employer decided to include them ...
By James Newton, David Willcox
The recent decision of Jefford J in Peel Port Shareholder Finance Co Ltd v Dornoch Ltd [2017] EWHC 876 (TCC) clarified the applicable regime for pre-action disclosure ...
By Clyde & Co LLP
With seven new accessions in 2017 (Chad, Indonesia, Mauritius, Russia, Sudan, Thailand and Uganda), the number of parties to the Montreal Convention 1999 ...
By Nigel Brook
The court can take various factors into account when deciding whether it would be unjust to order the usual Part 36 costs consequences.
By Paul Freeman, Melissa Tang, Ashna Lazatin
As mentioned in the immediately preceding article, one of the seven States that acceded to the 1999 Montreal Convention in 2017 was Thailand...
By Lazar Vrbaski
With seven new accessions in 2017, the number of parties to the Montreal Convention 1999 has grown to 130, making this key air carrier liability treaty one of the most successful instruments in the field of...
By Patrick Perry
Over the years, issues of attachment and which policy responds has been a great source of contention in professional and financial lines, with issues around notification frequently being the source of such disputes.
By Jai Sharma
We have received reports that the "GLOVIS SPRING", a 2016 built car carrier flying the Marshall Islands flag, has signed a Lloyds Open Form salvage contract with Ardent, following a grounding off China.
By Sara Khoja, Sarit Thomas
The insurance sector is the latest in a string of Emiratisation initiatives to be placed under the spotlight, with the release of an Emiratisation Special Guide issued by the UAE Insurance Authority on 25 January 2018.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge considers whether security for costs/payment into court should be made pending a challenge to an arbitral award
By Clyde & Co LLP
Although the offer was expressed to be a claimant's Part 36 offer, it was really a defendant's Part 36 offer and as it was not for a sum of money (as required by CPRr35.5) and so it was not a valid Part 36 offer.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge criticises unilateral decisions taken by a party during the disclosure process and orders a fresh manual review.
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