In this article we consider a recent decision in the English High Court which held that substantial damages are recoverable based on the infringement of a bailor’s right to possession of property.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is pushing both US and foreign borrowers to consider US bankruptcy options. This article explores what lenders need to know about US Bankruptcy Code to protect their investment.
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.
In a judgment handed down today, WFW acted for the successful party on an appeal to the English Commercial Court on key questions concerning SAJ Form shipbuilding contracts (SBCs). This article explores the judgment.
This article discusses developments on the Courts’ operation in Greece, after the suspension of all judicial activities since March, due to the COVID-19 emergency measures.
This briefing examines the English Court of Appeal’s decision in PBS Energo AS v Bester Generacion UK Limited, an important judgment on the approach to enforcement of adjudication awards.
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.
In this article we discuss a recent decision on payment notices issued in relation to construction contracts which do not distinguish between construction and non-construction operations.
We have formed a dedicated team to assist our clients worldwide to deal with any and all challenges faced by businesses affected by the government lockdowns.
The English Court of Appeal has recently revisited the thorny issue of Legal Advice Privilege, providing some much-needed clarification on when it will apply, particularly in the context of communications sent to multiple addressees.