We look at interpretation in various contexts in this Commercial Disputes Weekly; of statutes by the Supreme Court, non-compete covenants before the Court of Appeal and the High Court has dealt with contractual arbitration appointment provisions and obligations to retender.
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Construction is expected to be completed in December 2023 and, when finished, will be the largest cruise terminal in the US.
In this article we discuss the UK Court of Appeal’s recent decision on the construction of the Admiralty Solicitors Group standard collision jurisdiction wording (“ASG2”).