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In the recent case of AIC Ltd v Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria [2022] UKSC 16, the UKSC considered an issue of wide-ranging relevance in civil proceedings: by what process and in accordance...
Gowling WLG
In a recent and novel decision, the Commercial Court ruled that where a Claimant had multiple commercial litigation funders, one alone should be jointly and severally liable with the Claimant...
1 Chancery Lane
It is increasingly common for UK consumers to travel overseas for cosmetic/aesthetic surgical procedures. On occasions, there is a sub-optimal outcome and ...
Marks & Clerk
During the summer of 2021, the Enlarged Board of Appeal published a decision G1/21 which allows oral proceedings to be held via video conference...
1 Chancery Lane
Everyone seems to be on holiday. This is of course cheery news for travel practitioners, who depend on people taking holidays as the foundation for our work, and who are, therefore...
Lanyon Bowdler
Going on holiday always takes careful preparation and there are many different things to consider such as your destination, how to get there, what to pack, among other things.
Lanyon Bowdler
In a message to patients on 22 June 2022, Donnington Medical Practice in Telford has indicated that they are now only prioritising ‘urgent' assistance for patients due to staffing issues.
Lanyon Bowdler
Working in the Court of Protection department I regularly interact with clients who lack capacity to manage their property and affairs, or other aspects of their daily life.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Court of Appeal has upheld a High Court decision (considered here) which found that parties will not necessarily be prevented from maintaining privilege in all cases...
Barton Legal
The parties engaged in an adjudication, in which the adjudicator found the Claimant was owed around £2,204,217.13 (on 17 January 2022).
Giambrone & Partners
Currently, social media such as Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram are powerful online platforms where anyone can ‘tweet', ‘post', ‘share' any kind of material.
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Court of Appeal has held that a settlement agreement between a bank and a group of companies which included releases of the parties' affiliates prevented the companies...
1 Chancery Lane
This week's edition features two recent cases on recoverability of costs, each confirming that equity has no place in the consideration of costs recovery, something litigators may feel they already knew or could have intuited.
Herbert Smith Freehills
In a long-awaited landmark ruling in a case concerning the German ice-skating champion Claudia Pechstein, the German Federal Constitutional Court (Bundesverfassungsgericht) has found...
Rouse
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Gatehouse Chambers
This was a challenge under s 68 and s 69 of the Arbitration Act 1996 brought by the Indian Government against an arbitral award published in January 2021 and rendered in long-running arbitration proceedings.
Herbert Smith Freehills
At a recent Case Management Conference (CMC), where a split trial was proposed by the claimants in a claim brought pursuant to Section 90A and Schedule 10A of the Financial Services and Markets Act (FSMA), ...
Herbert Smith Freehills
In NDK Ltd v HUO Holding Ltd and another [2022] EWHC 1682 (Comm), the English Commercial Court rejected a section 67 challenge brought by NDK in respect of an LCIA award which had...
Gatehouse Chambers
Welcome to the August edition of Gatehouse Chambers' Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury Newsletter.
Herbert Smith Freehills
We are delighted to share with you the latest interactive issue of this publication from Herbert Smith Freehills' Global Arbitration Practice.
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