This article examines a recent case in which the Commercial Court confirmed that English rules on legal professional privilege extend to protect communications with in-house lawyers irrespective of their location or country of qualification.
This article discusses the LCIA’s revised set of Arbitration Rules due to come into force on 1 October 2020.
This article discusses the growth of mediation as an alternative to more traditional forms of dispute resolution in England and Wales.
This briefing examines the decision in Shanghai Shipyard Co. Ltd. v Reignwood International Investment (Group) Company Limited & Ors , in which the Commercial Court considered whether an instrument issued in relation to a shipbuilding contract was a see-to-it or an on-demand guarantee.
In this article we discuss the English Court of Appeal’s recent decision in A & B v C, D & E (2020), concerning the court’s power to make an order for the taking of evidence by way of deposition from a non-party witness in aid of a foreign arbitration.
What can parties do to boost the likelihood of successfully obtaining recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Vietnam?
The global spread of COVID-19 has a major impact on dispute resolution in Germany in relation to pre-litigation concerns and dispute prevention, as well as the practicality of conducting disputes in front of state courts and arbitral tribunals.
The significance of current and swell on performance warranties has been the subject of a number of recent LMAA arbitral awards that has brought to light certain uncertainties in this area.
In this article we discuss the proposed amendments to Singapore’s International Arbitration Act.
In this article we discuss how the English High Court recently clarified how UK Department of Transport Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) reports may be used in maritime disputes.