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Knock-For-Knock Liability - Does It Work In The German Market?
Due to the large number of offshore windfarm projects having already been completed or being under construction in the German Exclusive Economic Zone
UK
4 Sep 2019
2
The Singapore Convention On Mediation – A Commitment To Multilateralism
On 7 August 2019, Singapore hosted the signing ceremony for the "Singapore Convention on Mediation" (the "Singapore Convention").
Singapore
22 Aug 2019
3
Singapore Convention On Mediation 2019: Embarking On A New Era In Alternative Dispute Resolution
On 7 August 2019, Singapore hosted the signing ceremony for the "Singapore Convention on Mediation", which is the first United Nations treaty to be named after Singapore.
Singapore
9 Aug 2019
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Charterers Liable For Demurrage Despite Invalid NOR
A recently reported arbitration, London Arbitration 13/19, is a cautionary tale for charterers, and highlights the manner in which a defective Notice of Readiness could
UK
5 Aug 2019
5
Hacked Emails And Fraudulent Accounts – A Modern Tale
The increased digitalisation of commercial transactions has encouraged criminals to find new ways to defraud their
UK
5 Aug 2019
6
China, Italy, The European Union And The "Belt And Road Initiative"
China's multibillion dollar Belt and Road Initiative (the "BRI") was first launched in 2013 in a bid to connect Asia, Africa and Europe through a series of overland corridors and maritime shipping
Worldwide
29 Jul 2019
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Court Of Appeal Confirms Solicitors Are Under No Duty To Alert Opponents To Their Mistakes
The Court of Appeal in Woodward and Another v Phoenix Healthcare Distribution Limited [2019] EWCA Civ 985 has unanimously dismissed an appeal against a judgment of the High Court.
UK
16 Jul 2019
8
Le recours en diffamation d'un avocat québécois envers un journaliste rejeté pour abus de procédure
La Cour supérieure vient de condamner un avocat pour avoir tenté de museler un journaliste par une poursuite judiciaire jugée abusive.
Canada
1 Jul 2019
9
An Update On The New Disclosure Pilot Scheme (Practice Direction 51U)
On 1 January 2019, a new two-year disclosure pilot scheme started in the Business and Property Courts across England and Wales.
UK
5 Jun 2019
10
Airbus SAS v Generali Italia: Declarations and Jurisdiction Clauses
Court of Appeal holds that third party is entitled to a declaration where insurers bring a claim abroad in breach of an English jurisdiction clause in a contract between the insured and the third party.
UK
4 Jun 2019
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China's Belt And Road Initiative: Opportunities But Some Risks!
China's Belt & Road Initiative (BRI), now heading into its 7th year, is a hugely ambitious undertaking by China and participating nations.
China
21 May 2019
12
PRC – Are Repeat Arbitration Proceedings Possible?
Can there be a second bite of the arbitral cherry? PRC Court gives guidance on repeat arbitration proceedings. Mr Xu Jinglin v Beijing Kingstar Fortune Co. Ltd
China
7 May 2019
13
Arrangement On Reciprocal Recognition And Enforcement Of Judgments In Civil And Commercial Matters
On 18 January 2019, Hong Kong and the Mainland signed the Arrangement on Reciprocal Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Civil and Commercial Matters.
Hong Kong
4 Apr 2019
14
The Prague Rules
The Prague Rules expressly encourage the arbitral tribunal to assist the parties in reaching an amicable settlement.
Germany
28 Mar 2019
15
The (Final?) Death Of Intra-EU Investor-State Arbitration
At the risk of mixing metaphors, if Achmea (Slovak Republic v Achmea Case C-284/16) killed intra-EU investor-state arbitration ...
UK
12 Feb 2019
16
Solar Wars Part VIII: Save Us Hungary, You're Our Only Hope
Previous Solar Wars articles have noted that tribunals hearing Energy Charter Treaty (ECT)
European Union
11 Feb 2019
17
Koshigi V Donna Union: Court Rejects Bias Claim
Judge finds allegation of bias against arbitrator is weak
UK
8 Feb 2019
18
Progress In Chinese Courts' Abilities To Adjudicate International Disputes
China's Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) to increase trade and improve regional connectivity promises both excitement and uncertainty to all involved regions.
China
1 Feb 2019
19
General Dynamics UK Ltd V State Of Libya: Service Of Proceedings Upon A Foreign State
Service of court proceedings on states is governed by section 12 of the State Immunity Act 1978. This provides that "Any writ or other document required to be served for instituting
UK
31 Jan 2019
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Review Of Recent GAFTA Contract Amendments
GAFTA have approved the amendment of a number of its standard form contracts, the most significant of which are the removal of the contractual limitation period, or "time bar",
UK
23 Jan 2019
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