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Directors Duties: A Refresher
When the Companies Act 2006 came into force, company directors were deluged with advice
UK
1 Jun 2012
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Commercial Contracts
Three recent cases highlighted how important it is for the parties to carefully consider what they would like to achieve under the certain provisions of an agreement
UK
31 May 2012
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The New ICC Rules Of Arbitration
The ICC is the world’s leading centre for international commercial arbitration – it has supervised 17,000 cases over the course of the last 90 years – and it has published its new Rules of Arbitration.
UK
10 Oct 2011
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UK Supreme Court Unanimously Allows Appeal In Jivraj v Hashwani
The UK Supreme Court has unanimously overturned last year's decision of the Court of Appeal in Jivraj v Hashwani, the practical result of which is that there should no longer be any problem providing in an agreement to arbitrate that arbitrators should be of a specific nationality or religion.
UK
10 Aug 2011
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Supreme Court Abolishes Rule On Expert Witness Immunity
On 30 March 2011, in a landmark decision, the Supreme Court abolished the four hundred year rule on expert witness immunity.
UK
6 May 2011
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SRA Consults On Proposal To Abolish Solicitors’ Compulsory Insurance For Work Carried Out For Financial Institutions
As part of its plans to overhaul the present system for solicitors’ indemnity insurance, the Solicitors Regulation Authority (the "SRA") has consulted on several proposals, the most controversial of which is to abolish solicitors’ mandatory professional indemnity insurance ("PII") when acting for financial institutions.
UK
7 Apr 2011
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Salans´ Global Real Estate Client Report, Fall 2009
The state of the health of the global real estate industry is a matter of much debate and speculation following an unprecedented period of turmoil trigged by the sub-prime crisis in the US more than two years ago.
Worldwide
 
15 Oct 2009
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Disclosure Of Documents In Tribunal Proceedings - Beware The Smoking Gun
In Beck v Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce UKEAT/0064/09/ZT, the Employment Appeal Tribunal ("EAT") has highlighted the potential scope of an employer's disclosure obligations during Tribunal proceedings, in this particular case in relation to discrimination claims.
UK
7 May 2009
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Transformations Of Commercial Companies And Cooperatives
On the 16th of April 2008 Act No. 125/2008 Coll., on Transformations of Commercial Companies and Cooperatives, was published in the Collection of Laws of the Czech Republic.
Czech Republic
18 Nov 2008
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English Court Of Appeal decision Confirms The Ability Of Courts To Enforce Part Of An International Arbitration Award
In a decision confirming a flexible and pragmatic approach to the enforcement of international arbitration awards, the Court of Appeal has ruled that the English courts have the power to enforce parts of international arbitration awards under the New York Convention and the English Arbitration Act 1996.
UK
5 Nov 2008
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IFI Update London, August/Octber 2008 - Part 1
The Court of Appeal has considered a number of issues arising from an international sale of goods transaction, including the autonomy of a demand repayment guarantee.
UK
9 Oct 2008
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IFI Update London, August/October 2008 - Part 2
The Court of Appeal has considered a number of issues arising from an international sale of goods transaction, including the autonomy of a demand repayment guarantee.
UK
9 Oct 2008
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Recovering Mistaken Payments – The Law Of Restitution
If you have paid out monies by mistake and the recipient has been "unjustly enriched", you can get your money back.
UK
18 Jun 2008
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Employment Disputes And Jurisdiction: Unravelling Workers´ Rights
Two recent cases have helped to clarify the current approach to determining jurisdiction in employment disputes involving UK workers posted abroad, or foreign workers in the UK.
UK
17 Mar 2008
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Resignation - But Not As We Know It?
It is generally known that a “heat of the moment” resignation is not a resignation, and that employers should allow a cooling off period before accepting it. A prudent employer might suggest that the employee raise the matter within the framework of the grievance procedure.
UK
9 Mar 2008
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Guidance On The Statutory Uplift On Compensation Awards
Until now the Employment Appeal Tribunal (EAT) had expressly refused to offer tribunals guidance on the application of the statutory uplift to compensatory awards where employers had failed to follow the statutory disciplinary and dismissal procedures (SDDPs).
UK
29 Feb 2008
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