In the latest Commercial Disputes Weekly, we look at two decisions that clear up some outstanding issues on rent repayment orders, the first reported judgment to decide that disclosure obligations override a solicitor’s lien on its file and an arbitration award that considers the usefulness of weather bureau reports in speed and consumption claims.
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After a short break Commercial Disputes Weekly is back with decisions on demurrage, bribery, dispute resolution procedures and the importance of compliance with adjudication notice requirements.
Read the seventieth edition of our weekly update of Italian labour law.
Dev Desai and Alexander Mulroney consider whether a freeholder’s litigation costs from challenging neighbouring development plans can be recovered from its leaseholders through the service charge.
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This article discusses the Balfour Beatty v Broadway Malyan decision which highlights the issues with obtaining early disclosure in construction project disputes.
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Green hydrogen will be a key part of the world’s transition to net zero carbon emissions, and its utilisation (through various forms) will be an important feature of the next 30 years as use of green hydrogen-related energy in the global economy increases.
In this week’s Commercial Disputes Weekly we range from calculation of vessel performance warranty claims to notification of the right to manage in a lease, via non-exclusive jurisdiction clauses and waiver of privilege.
CDW will now take a short break. The next edition will be out on Tuesday 6 September 2022.