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Clyde & Co
The Court of Appeal has found that a material increase in the value of a claim is a relevant factor when considering an application to withdraw an admission of liability.
Clyde & Co
When disputes arise parties look to their contracts to see how the dispute should be resolved. Sometimes this is a straight-forward matter and the parties proceed as previously agreed.
Clyde & Co
Progress is forthcoming in respect of small claims track reform for personal injury claims, meaning that the Civil Liability Bill may also be picking speed.
Stewarts
The Disclosure Working Group (DWG) has proposed amendments to Part 31 of the Civil Procedure Rules following concerns about the "perceived excessive cost, scale and complexity of disclosure".
Stewarts
The Justice Committee acknowledges early in its recent report, issued as part of its inquiry into draft legislation related to the personal injury discount rate ...
Gowling WLG
The Law Commission has identified summary procedures in arbitration as a potential area for law reform in England & Wales.
Wright Hassall LLP
Changes may be afoot in the Civil Courts as a number of new initiatives are being progressed which are intended to shake up the way that the Courts do things.
Clyde & Co
We have recently concluded the successful strike out of a high value personal injury claim advanced after a previous Portal admission by the Claimant's insurer.
Shepherd & Wedderburn
Watch our webinar and learn more from our experts as they share their knowledge and experience in using mediation as an alternative method of dispute resolution.
Shepherd & Wedderburn
On 30th November 2017 the High Court handed down a decision in a claim by Sainsbury's Supermarkets against Visa, in the long running and complex saga relating to MIFs in the payment card industry.
4 New Square Chambers
Four members of 4 New Square's costs team set themselves a challenge to come up with a calendar of key costs decisions in the last year. 1 case per month, 100 words max per case.
Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP
Arbitration awards are meant to be final and binding. Under the rules of many of the leading arbitral institutions such as the ICC and the LCIA ...
Fenwick Elliott LLP
I have come to realise that one reason I enjoy providing blog updates in respect of Scottish case reports is that I appear to have what will be considered I am sure a somewhat unusual nostalgia when it comes to Latin.
Clyde & Co
Court of Appeal rules that costs on the indemnity basis awarded under Part 36 are subject to the cap set out in CPR r47.15(5)
Clyde & Co
Court grants worldwide freezing order to aid enforcement of an arbitration award
Clyde & Co
Supreme Court considers where damage is sustained in a personal injury claim for an accident abroad
4 New Square Chambers
The Judge therefore held that there was no breach of CPR 3.13, and would in any event have granted relief from sanctions.
McCarthy Tétrault LLP
In the recent High Court of England and Wales decision, Glencore Agriculture B.V. and Conqueror Holdings Limited, the Commercial Court was asked to consider whether the notice of Arbitration ...
Stewarts
For many years AX had enjoyed working as a secondary school maths teacher and later as an educational consultant.
Clyde & Co
2017 is ending with a raft of allegations of sexual abuse across newspapers and the media – most notably in high-profile sectors like politics and the entertainment industry.
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Brown Rudnick LLP
The UK Supreme Court has yesterday, by a majority of 8-3, dismissed the Government's appeal against the Divisional Court's judgment in November 2016 which held that the Government could not give notice...
Vannin Capital
It is also an unfortunate truth that litigation is now an accepted part of modern business.
4 New Square Chambers
In Stevensdrake v Stephen Hunt [2017] EWCA Civ 1173 (31 July 2017) the Court of Appeal considered the application of contractual principles to a Conditional Fee Agreement ("CFA")...
Travers Smith LLP
The current restrictive approach to privilege poses real challenges to lawyers when seeking to investigate issues raised by corporate clients without creating documents that will be subsequently disclosable to...
Marks & Clerk
We have already reported on the Supreme Court's decision in Actavis v Eli Lilly (see here) which, as stated, is the most important decision in the last decade regarding patent infringement.
Gowling WLG
In our update this month we take a look at three cases that provide helpful clarification from the courts on issues ...
Clyde & Co
Despite protests from environmental groups groups the Court has granted a peremptory injunction to prevent fracking protesters entering a number of connected business locations and exploration sites.
Andrews Kurth Kenyon LLP
Arbitration awards are meant to be final and binding. Under the rules of many of the leading arbitral institutions such as the ICC and the LCIA ...
Brodies LLP
Having rejoined the Personal and Family department in June to strengthen Brodies' outstanding personal injury trust offering, Jessica Flowerdew provides an update on personal injury trusts ...
Field Fisher
In its recent decision in Coty Germany GmbH v Parfümerie Akzente GmbH, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has concluded that if a supplier ...
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