In the latest Commercial Disputes Weekly we look at two judgments which indicate the English Court’s approach to deciding in the abstract, as well as a decision which illustrates that the not so new witness statement requirements are still taking some time to bed in.
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The current energy crisis that is shaking European markets (and beyond) is also stimulating reflections on corporate governance and, in particular, the liability of directors.
Read the seventy third edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
Useful clarification from the courts in the latest Commercial Disputes Weekly, including the differing approaches to proprietary and freezing injunctions and the test for common mistake.
Read the seventy second edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
A review of the recent judgment of R v Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the impact on the UK Government’s Net Zero Strategy and where that leaves the construction industry.
In the latest Commercial Disputes Weekly, we look at two decisions that clear up some outstanding issues on rent repayment orders, the first reported judgment to decide that disclosure obligations override a solicitor’s lien on its file and an arbitration award that considers the usefulness of weather bureau reports in speed and consumption claims.
Read the seventy first edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
After a short break Commercial Disputes Weekly is back with decisions on demurrage, bribery, dispute resolution procedures and the importance of compliance with adjudication notice requirements.
This article discusses the Balfour Beatty v Broadway Malyan decision which highlights the issues with obtaining early disclosure in construction project disputes.