In this Commercial Disputes Weekly we examine whether an arbitration agreement can exist when no binding contract was concluded. We also consider a post-Brexit anti-suit injunction, the duty of care under a yacht delivery contract and when a landlord can obtain dispensation from notice requirements.
In this article, we examine the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) – the world’s premier forum for resolving sporting disputes.
Read the eighty second edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
The article looks at the key takeaways for energy companies in relation to the tax changes announced in the UK Government’s Autumn Statement 2022.
The second in a two-part series looking into decarbonising the construction sector.
Our latest Commercial Disputes Weekly covers a decision of the Admiralty Court that apportions collision liability between three vessels, another attempt to stay enforcement of an adjudication decision pending a challenge, together with guidance on court procedure for Brexit transition claims and documents requiring service in Ukraine.
Read the eighty first edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
In an article for Thomson Reuters, Partner Charlotte Bijlani and Associate Haya Al Bawab provide an overview of crypto asset regulation in the United Arab Emirates.
The judgments covered in this Commercial Disputes Weekly discuss case management where a sanctioned entity is involved, jurisdiction challenges in enforcement of foreign judgments, whether the identity of a party is privileged and repairing obligations where the tenant was a bank appointed receiver.
India is one of the fastest growing economies and aviation markets in the world and is now the third-largest domestic aviation market globally. According to the International Air Transport Association’s most recent findings, it is projected to overtake the United Kingdom as the world’s third-largest air passenger market by 2024.