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A round up of the key developments in dispute resolution that you should be looking out for in 2017
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Submitted: 21 March 2017
Regulations implementing the EU Damages Directive in the UK are now in force.
Submitted: 04 August 2016
Can the settlement of a claim be unwound if fraud was always suspected and evidence of it emerged after settlement?
Submitted: 26 May 2016
In this session we look at several areas of contractual risk for technology companies, and give drafting tips to reduce those risks.
Submitted: 01 February 2016
Proposals for implementing the new EU-wide damages regime in the UK have now been published for consultation.
Submitted: 06 January 2016
The outlook for 2016 - new and anticipated developments in the UK and the implementation of the EU damages directive.
Submitted: 01 October 2015
A raft of new powers in the Competition Appeal Tribunal now offer innovative potential routes to compensation and redress for competition law breaches to consumers and businesses.
Submitted: 06 January 2015
The High Court has held that in favour of the taxpayer on issues concerning quantum and remedies in the long-running FII GLO, but suggested that the six year limitation on mistake based claims commenced in 2001.
Last Reviewed: 17 October 2014 / Submitted: 01 May 2014
Directive on private actions for competition law damages awaits final approval from EU Council.
Submitted: 28 February 2014
The Supreme Court has decided that the limitation period of 6 years applies to claims against constructive trustees, affecting fraud and asset tracing claims.
Submitted: 12 December 2013
The ECJ has confirmed that the UK Government’s 2004 attempt to restrict taxpayers’ mistake based remedy for tax overpaid in breach of EU law, without the inclusion of a transitional period, was contrary to EU law.
Amsterdam 5 April 2017
London 6 April 2017
London 11 April 2017
London 19 April 2017
London 20 April 2017
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The implications of Brexit on property law in the UK are limited although real estate fund managers may now be subject to a different regulatory structure.
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We look at the key issues that will impact the life sciences sector in the UK once the UK leaves the EU.
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