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Unexplained Wealth Orders Likely To Rise
Following the release of the names of two Russian nationals wanted in connection with the attempted murder of former Russian spy, Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia, reports indicate that the...
UK
21 Sep 2018
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#gamescom 2018 In Review
Over 370,000 public visitors and 31,200 trade visitors from 56 countries descended upon Cologne during the August bank holiday weekend for the 10th anniversary of gamescom
UK
20 Sep 2018
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The Singapore Mediation Convention: A Game Changer?
UNCITRAL has approved the wording of the Convention on the Enforcement of International Settlement Agreements Resulting from Mediation and has resolved to name it the Singapore Mediation Convention.
Worldwide
6 Sep 2018
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Likely Implications For Future Anti-Money Laundering Enforcement
In a busy year for anti-money laundering (AML) policy and legislative developments, the Financial Conduct Authority has published its annual anti-money laundering report for the year ended 31 March 2018.
UK
27 Jul 2018
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Arbitration-Related Injunctions: An Update From England
There were three important judgments from the English courts in June 2018 concerning arbitration-related injunctions, showing the different approaches to anti-suit injunctions...
UK
23 Jul 2018
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Pimlico Plumbers Ltd V Smith
The Supreme Court in Pimlico Plumbers Ltd v Smith [2018] UKSC 29 held that a heating engineer whose contract described him as self-employed was actually a 'worker' ...
UK
20 Jul 2018
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Law Commission Launches A Public Consultation On Search Warrants
On 5 June 2018 the Law Commission announced a public consultation to consider reforms in relation to the law and practice governing search warrants.
UK
11 Jul 2018
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The Pitfalls Of Dispute Resolution In Multi-Party M&A
Disputes arising from M&A and joint venture arrangements can be complex. Multiple parties and multiple contracts create many possible dispute combinations, even in situations where the parties...
UK
9 Jul 2018
9
Tribunal Offers Guidance On Third Party Rights And Supervisory Notices
On 25 April 2018, the Upper Tribunal in UK Innovative TI Limited v Financial Conduct Authority [2018] UT 0136 (TCC) ruled on a novel third party rights case.
UK
1 Jun 2018
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Brexit: A Good Time To Arbitrate?
Despite all of the advantages of arbitration, many contracts default to the resolution of disputes by the English courts, even when both parties are based out of the jurisdiction.
European Union
21 May 2018
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The High Hurdle Of Challenging An Arbitration Award In England
A party can challenge an arbitration award made in England on the grounds of serious irregularity affecting the proceedings that has caused or will cause substantial injustice.
UK
15 May 2018
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Success For John Caudwell In Claim Against Former Chief Exec Of Signia Wealth
Signia Wealth and philanthropist John Caudwell have succeeded in their shareholder dispute against former Chief Executive Nathalie Dauriac.
UK
15 May 2018
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Patents Court Confirms It Has Jurisdiction In Dispute Over Global FRAND Licence
The Court of Appeal will shortly hear argument in the dispute between Unwired Planet and Huawei, following Birss J's ground-breaking decision in April last year to determine the terms of a global licence in relation to ...
UK
14 May 2018
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Court Of Appeal Upholds Enforcement Of Arbitral Award Despite The Presentation Of Forged Documents
The relative ease of cross border enforcement is one of the distinguishing features of arbitration.
UK
4 May 2018
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Fraud Insights: Findings Of Fact In Arbitration Form Basis Of Grant Of Freezing Order
In Great Station Properties SA and another v UMS Holding Ltd and others [2017] EWHC 3330 (Comm) the Commercial Court granted a worldwide freezing order over the defendant's assets in an attempt to secure enforcement ...
UK
9 Feb 2018
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Brexit
Of all the IP rights, Brexit has the most limited impact on the existing system of patent protection and enforcement, albeit of course the referendum vote (and the subsequent General Election) ...
European Union
1 Feb 2018
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Fraud Insights: Malicious Prosecution Of Civil Claims
Until relatively recently, a defendant that had successfully defended a maliciously advanced civil claim was prevented from bringing a claim for malicious prosecution against that claimant in respect of the damage caused.
UK
30 Jan 2018
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Policyholder Update: When Does Your Insurer Have A "Duty To Speak"?
The dispute before the Court of Appeal concerned the theft of stock from a Ted Baker distribution centre.
UK
22 Jan 2018
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Airing Dirty Laundry: When Can A Hearing Be Held In Private?
The rationale for this is that justice should be seen to be done, and that in principle, anyone, including the press, should be able to attend a hearing.
UK
22 Jan 2018
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Restructuring Doesn't Have To Be A Messy Ordeal
A company's decision to restructure can be prompted by a number of different things – it could be as a consequence of success, the result of disagreements, or simply because of commercial imperatives.
UK
28 Nov 2017
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