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Quadrant Chambers
It is the strong policy of English law, based on party autonomy and freedom of contract, to enforce exclusive jurisdiction clauses ("EJC") and arbitration clauses in contracts.
Withers LLP
Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) has become increasingly popular in recent years – not only because it offers greater privacy to the parties involved but it is often a quicker and more...
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
This recent High Court case concerns the accessing and sharing of emails, said to be private and confidential emails (the Emails), by the Defendants
Wiggin
The claimant, Walter Tzvi Soriano, resident in London, issued proceedings against the sixth defendant, Richard Silverstein, resident in the USA, for defamation.
Rahman Ravelli Solicitors
Syed Rahman, of commercial litigation experts Rahman Ravelli, considers the potential benefits of this approach.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
Over the years, the Scottish courts have gained some familiarity with the use of teleconferencing in procedural hearings.
Goodman Derrick LLP
Civil fraud cases traditionally require the sifting through of thousands of documents to get to a result. Applications for freezing orders are supported by investigations that, sometimes, have gone ..
Keebles
The recent case of Persimmon Homes Ltd & Anor v Osborne Clarke LLP & Anor [2021] EWHC 831 (Ch) (12 April 2021) (Master Kaye) has provided useful guidance on the relevant procedure ...
Keebles
The new PD 57AC, relating to witness statements in trials, recently came into force on 6 April 2021, and it introduces major changes to the preparation of trial witness statements...
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
The Court of Appeal recently held that a recipient of information will be bound by a duty of confidentiality if it was reasonable for them to have made enquiries ...
Keebles
In personal injury claims, a claimant must prove pain, suffering or emotional distress in order to be entitled to receive compensation from the defendant.
Keebles
If you believe that the hardship you have suffered could have been prevented, you may be entitled to bring a claim. Common examples of personal injury include car accidents ...
Stevens & Bolton
Changes in the way witness evidence is handled at trial will have an impact on steps that need to be considered when a dispute first arises with action to preserve relevant witness ...
Mayer Brown
In 2020 and early 2021, we witnessed the publication of revised arbitration and mediation rules by a number of well-known arbitral institutions, including the LCIA, the DIFC-LCIA and the ICC.
Stevens & Bolton
This article will consider green dispute resolution procedures, and how we can use them in adjudication.
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
In Outram and another v HMRC [2021] UKFTT 29 (TC) the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) prevented HMRC from relying on a new argument contained in its skeleton argument which had not been included...
Goodman Derrick LLP
In the second article in my series on cost effective civil fraud claims, we look at the use of freezing injunctions and how they work in claims that are lower than some of the multi-party ...
Goodman Derrick LLP
Civil fraud cases traditionally require the sifting through of thousands of documents to get to a result. Applications for freezing orders are supported by investigations...
Reynolds Porter Chamberlain
In our July 2020 article , we looked at the case of Hart and Hart v Large, which concerned a survey undertaken by Mr Large for the Harts.
Stevens & Bolton
The sight of a Texan lawyer having to deny he was a cat during a live court hearing last month was the source of much hilarity (and no doubt many a meme) across the world...
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