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By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
The Regulations require that all DII boards be comprised of a minimum of three, and in any event no less than one third, independent directors.
By David Lee, Maxine Tills, Matthew Smith
An issue for construction professionals in Australia which has been commented on for some years is the mismatch between the broad indemnities often contained in consultancy agreements ...
By Clyde & Co LLP
The Court of Appeal has found that a Defendant's Part 36 offer made in the knowledge of a Claimant's material non-disclosure did not alter the costs consequences.
By Clyde & Co LLP
Passing off claim brought by a "mutual" insurance company fails
By Jennifer Greengrass
Under the Contracts the crew managers supplied crew to the owners of three vessels.
By Sam Holden
Judgement has been handed down (3 July 2018) by HHJ Robinson sitting in the Sheffield County Court in TL v East Kent Hospitals University NHS Trust , following a four-day trial looking...
By Clyde & Co LLP
Court of Appeal holds that English holding company does not owe a duty of care to the employees of its subsidiary Kenyan company
By Clyde & Co LLP
Court of Appeal rules on a private nuisance claim arising from encroachment of Japanese knotweed – of possible interest to liability insurers
By Nigel Brook
The first instance decision in this case was reported in Weekly Update 34/16. A patient alleged that the claimant GP had misdiagnosed him.
By Robert Meakin, Rebecca Evans
The Supreme Court has surprised everyone by doing a u-turn on anti-oral variation clauses, reversing the relatively recent position formed by the courts in 2016, which had found that a contract...
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
On 28 June 2018, the China Banking & Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) issued two new notices – (i) ‘Notice Allowing Foreign-Invested Insurance Agencies'; and (ii) ‘Notice Allowing...
By Dino Wilkinson, Roger Phillips
It is well over a year now since Qatar became the first GCC country to enact a specific national law relating to data protection.
By Charles Kuhn
A recent Libor case involving a former Libor trader highlights an inconsistent approach by the Financial Conduct Authority.
By Judith Duffin
Now that the dust has settled on the Williams Report into gross negligence manslaughter (GNM) in healthcare, how has it been received and what can we expect now?
By Peter Kasanda, Aliko Simon, Margareth Maganga
Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are still at a relatively early stage of development in Tanzania when compared to other countries in the region such as Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda.
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