This week we look at important decisions from the Court of Appeal on third party funding, the impact of an inadequate ship passage plan, and the knowledge requirement for the tort of inducing breach of contract.
We look at the latest decision in the dispute between the Tate Modern and flat owners opposite its viewing gallery, as well as decisions on the risks of bringing speculative claims, and whether a disclosed and identified principal can enforce a contract entered into by their agent.
This week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly has now been published, this week covering an important decision on interim measures available in support of arbitration, a useful decision on what to do where the parties to a contract cannot be immediately ascertained, and a decision on statements concerning the apparent order and condition of cargo.
This week look out for another significant Court of Appeal judgment on privilege, a decision on whether “warehousing” a claim always amounts to abuse of process, and a case on setting aside settlement agreements for mistake.
This week look out for Court of Appeal decisions on the impact of a finding that an arbitration agreement was governed by English law and the latest on legal professional privilege, as well as an interesting insight from the High Court on the operation of search orders.
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.
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.
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.
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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