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.
In this briefing, we discuss a recent decision of the English Technology and Construction Court which provides useful guidance on exceptions to the general rule that a company in liquidation cannot pursue and enforce an adjudication.
Judgments rendered by certain UAE courts are now enforceable in India.
The three plants – the 50 MW Los Belos, 11.2 MW El Muelle and 50 MW Montesol – are all located in the Spanish region of Aragon.
The financing is part of Project Poseidon MED II, a key EU project to promote liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel in the eastern Mediterranean.
Do you need to differentiate between construction operations and non-construction operations in your payment application?
A key decision in the TCC provides a timely warning to parties to check how their hybrid contracts work and to clarify exactly what a construction operation is.
In this article, we consider the similarities to the response to SARS and how the issues in relation to and threats from coronavirus differ from SARS.
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.
No withdrawal from time charter under BIMCO Non-Payment of Hire Clause for previous unpaid hire instalments
In this article, we discuss the Commercial Court decision in The Caravos Liberty.
The Employment Tribunal held in Casamitjana Costa v The League Against Cruel Sports that ethical veganism can be a philosophical belief capable of protection under the Equality Act 2010 – what does this mean for employers?