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  • Court considers parallel arbitral and court proceedings

    Article

    Envoyé: 14 June 2019

    ​The High Court has considered a request for a stay of court proceedings relating to one arbitration where a new arbitration had been commenced.

  • Power Purchase Agreements - what to look for

    Séminaire

    Date de l’évènement: 10 July 2019

    Join us at our upcoming breakfast briefing for the chance to hear from legal, commercial and technical experts on what makes for bankable power purchase agreements and a look at the latest industry trends.

  • Quarterly Asia Employment Law Update Webinar

    Webinaire

    Date de l’évènement: 10 July 2019

    These webinars will provide a quick and practical update from lawyers across our Asian network on key employment law developments and hot topics in Hong Kong, PRC and Singapore; they may also touch on certain changes in other key Asian jurisdictions.

  • FRC v Sports Direct: An extension to the “technical” abrogations of privilege

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 07 June 2019

    There are very few instances where statutory powers interfere with a client’s entitlement to assert privilege. One concerning exception is so-called “technical” abrogations, which are beginning to spread.

  • When adjudication clashes with insolvency – insolvency ordinarily wins

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 07 June 2019

    We consider a decision in which the TCC had to wrestle with the fundamental incompatibility between adjudication and insolvency.

  • Data Controller DSAR obligations clarified

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 07 June 2019

    This blog highlights the key points from the recent decision in Dawson- Damer and others v Taylor Wessing LLP and others [2019] EWHC 1258 (Ch).

  • Technology in Construction: Drones

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 06 June 2019

    In this second instalment of our Technology in Construction series, we look at the use of drones in the construction industry and the potential legal and insurance issues arising out of their use.

  • The Murphy rule stands; there is no exemption - pure economic losses are not recoverable in tort

    Blog Post

    Envoyé: 21 May 2019

    We explore the decision in Thomas and Thomas v Taylor Wimpey and others [2019] EWHC 1134 (TCC), which considers whether there is a qualification to the principle of non-recoverability of pure economic losses.

  • The new competition law in Saudi Arabia

    Article

    Envoyé: 20 May 2019

    A new competition law has been issued in Saudi Arabia which introduces some fundamental changes to the existing competition law regime, including in relation to the applicable merger control procedures.

  • Construing inconsistent jurisdiction clauses

    Article

    Envoyé: 17 May 2019

    In Airbus v Generali & Ors, the Court of Appeal outlined the principles applicable to interpreting inconsistent jurisdiction clauses under different contractual agreements.

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