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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 13

This week we cover an important decision on the limits of the court’s powers in support of arbitration, and cases which highlight the risks of pleading fraud or failing to fully comply with court orders.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 12

This week we cover a case on the use of anti-suit injunctions to protect English seated arbitrations, when you can rely on another person’s privilege, and the importance of full and frank disclosure in applications for permission to serve out.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 11

The first Commercial Disputes Weekly of 2020 has now been published, with the latest from the English courts. This week we cover a useful decision on what amounts to an irrevocable submission to the jurisdiction, and guidance from the Commercial Court on the correct approach to construing contracts.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 10

This week’s edition features a surprising case in which an in-house lawyer’s office was bugged, and a reference to the CJEU by the Court of Appeal on the meaning of the Brussels Recast Regulation.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 8

This week’s delicacies offered up by the English courts include an interesting case on apparent bias, a warning from the Court of Appeal on contempt proceedings, and a useful reminder on “subject to contract” wording.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 7

This week’s delicacies offered up by the English courts include an interesting case on apparent bias, a warning from the Court of Appeal on contempt proceedings, and a useful reminder on “subject to contract” wording.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 6

This week’s delicacies offered up by the English courts include an interesting case on apparent bias, a warning from the Court of Appeal on contempt proceedings, and a useful reminder on “subject to contract” wording.

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