Mondaq UK: Litigation, Mediation & Arbitration
Clyde & Co
Glaxo Wellcome v Sandoz: Court gives permission for collateral use of disclosed documents in Belgium
Herbert Smith Freehills
The High Court has found that clauses in engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts relating to solar power plants, which provided for a delay damages rate of £500 per day per MWp,
Clyde & Co
WH Holding v E20 Stadium: Court of Appeal holds that litigation privilege cannot be claimed for documents discussing only settlement/considers the test for the court inspecting documents...
Mayer Brown
Following the recent decision by the English Court of Appeal in SFO v ENRC (subject of this Legal Update) in relation to principles governing litigation privilege
Arthur Cox
With Christmas just around the corner, a recent UK Court of Appeal decision will serve as a timely reminder to employers that they can be held vicariously liable for the conduct of employees at social events ...
Anderson Strathern LLP
Mr Darnley was assaulted by a blow to the head on the afternoon of 17 May 2010.
Anderson Strathern LLP
The role, payment and impartiality of skilled witnesses in personal injury cases has come into sharp focus in a judgment of the Sheriff Appeal Court in a case where one of the skilled witnesses was instructed on a ‘contingency fee' basis, ...
Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR)
CEDR welcomes the new report on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) from the ADR Working Group of the Civil Justice Council (CJC) of England & Wales.
Clyde & Co
The UK Supreme Court has clarified the nature of the burden of proof upon carriers of goods by sea who seek to rely upon the inherent vice exception under Article IV.2
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Court of Appeal has held that emails between a company's Board members which had been prepared to discuss a commercial proposal for the settlement of a dispute were not covered by litigation...
Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution (CEDR)
Tony Allen Senior Consultant to CEDR explains what this means for the requirement for written signed agreements for a binding mediated settlement.
Clyde & Co
Mark v Universal Coatings & Services: Court considers effect of failing to serve medical report with particulars of claim in a personal injury case.
Clyde & Co
The issue therefore arose whether the defendant had been validly served.
Clyde & Co
The claimant sought to claim litigation privilege in respect of correspondence passing between it and two expert advisers.
WilmerHale
This chapter provides an overview of topics and techniques to consider in the preparation and delivery of opening submissions in international arbitration.
Clyde & Co
PJSC Tatneft v Bogolyubov: Commercial Court judges orders list of issues for disclosure ahead of pilot scheme
Herbert Smith Freehills
The High Court has found that correspondence with experts was not subject to litigation privilege as it was prepared for two purposes, only one of which was for contemplated litigation...
4 New Square Chambers
Yesterday, the Court of Appeal handed down judgment in Richard Slade & Co v Boodia [2018] EWCA Civ 2667, resolving much of the confusion and concern that had fomented around the now reversed High Court decision ...
Mayer Brown
The Prague Rules, also referred to as "Inquisitorial Rules on the Taking of Evidence in International Arbitration," will be officially launched on 14 December 2018 in Prague.
Mayer Brown
This case relates to a dispute between two Seychellois companies, Eastern European Engineering Ltd ("EEEL") and Vijay Construction (Proprietary) Ltd ("VCL"), arising out of the construction
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Clyde & Co
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