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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 4819 October 2020

In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly find out the English’s court’s view on whether a “material adverse effect” clause could cover the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the Court of Appeal’s decision in a case raising important issues on misuse of confidential information and the tort of conspiracy to injure by unlawful means.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 4713 October 2020

In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, discover the final word from the Supreme Court on the law applicable to arbitration agreements, as well as how the rule on reflective loss is being applied and what happened in a case where WFW acted for the successful claimant lenders when allegations of undue influence were made.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 466 October 2020

In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly the English court shows that it won’t be shy about holding parties to their contractual bargains, whether by issuing anti-suit injunctions or by applying a strict interpretation to the exclusive jurisdiction rules under the Brussels Recast Regulation.  Plus the latest decision relating to the construction of the Energy Works Hull power plant and an interesting decision on the scope of legal professional privilege.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 4529 September 2020

Find out how the English courts are applying the Bresco decision on adjudication and insolvency in this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, along with a Court of Appeal decision on the meaning of “goodwill”, and comments from the Admiralty Registrar on procedure in Admiralty claims.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 4422 September 2020

Are communications with foreign in-house lawyers covered by privilege under English law? Can you amend a claim after trial? What happened in the FCA’s business interruption test case? Find out the answers to all this and more in this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 428 September 2020

Check out this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly for an important warning from the TCC on the importance of complying with the rules on adjudication set out in the Scheme for Construction Contracts, as well as cases on the scope of an auditor’s duty of care and the risks of preliminary issues trials.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 411 September 2020

In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, find out whether the High Court was prepared to join the National Crime Agency to commercial proceedings against its will, how the court will treat uncontroverted expert evidence, and whether an arbitrator’s findings on the class notation of a vessel amounted to a substantial injustice.

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Commercial Disputes Weekly – Issue 4025 August 2020

The interpretation of contracts leads this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly, with cases on a consent provision in an agreement for the transportation of oil, the terms that governed FX transactions and whether a contract to arrange the carriage of a sailing yacht was a consumer contract under the Brussels Recast Regulation.

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