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Judge rules documents and evidence given by US citizen in the US can be used in London arbitrations.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Court of Appeal considers committal order issues where defendant is out of the jurisdiction.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Judge considers whether insured is required to reinstate property
By Clyde & Co LLP
Court of Appeal considers the scope of litigation privilege and who is the "client" for legal advice
By Garrett Moore
Professional indemnity disputes in Ireland can present many intricacies. Read Clyde & Co's guide to help you navigate the professional disputes landscape.
By Alain Sfeir, Khurram Ali, Shahd Makhafah
Saudi Arabia is implementing drastic changes to transform the Saudi market, attract substantive foreign investors (Investors) ...
By June Yeum
The Supreme Court of Singapore and the Supreme People's Court (SPC) of the People's Republic of China recently signed a Memorandum of Guidance (MOG) ...
By Clyde & Co LLP
The Australian Prime Minister has announced the establishment of a Royal Commission into the Aged and Disability Care sector.
By Clive Brett, Owen Rees
Earlier this year the court held that the defendant's solicitor had been "technical game playing" when it did not point out an error in service made by the claimant's solicitor ...
By Edward Burrell
Crocodiles, kangaroos, boomerangs and beaches. These are some of the things that make Australia unique
By John Moran, Viv Braithwaite
Coming into effect on 1 November 2018, the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) will be a 'one-stop-shop' external dispute resolution
By David Hansom, Olivia Blessington
The government has moved to bring more social value into public procurement. What exactly is proposed and what will it mean for contracts?
By Nigel Brook
A summary of recent developments in insurance, reinsurance and litigation law.
By Lucinda Lyons, Edward Burrell, Hayden Elmir
Most lawyers, if they are anything like the writer, won't read the terms of their iTunes, Netflix or Facebook accounts ...
By Jacinta Long, Aron Cheung
In a recent decision of the Federal Court of Australia, Thermomix in Australia Pty Ltd has been ordered to pay a fine of AUD 4,608,500 for impliedly making false ...
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