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.
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.
This week in Commercial Disputes Weekly we look at tonnage limitation for ship damage claims, the governing law of contribution claims, what makes a notice valid and the reasonableness of installing a waking watch.
We are back after our short break to a bumper selection of interesting cases. The latest Commercial Disputes Weekly discusses judgments on sanctions and reasonable endeavours, appropriate remedies for proprietary estoppel, Covid-19 insurance, landlord’s expenses and an attempt at using a jurisdictional Trojan Horse.
The decisions in the latest Commercial Disputes Weekly illustrate the various judicial approaches to interpret statutes, witness statements, bespoke drafted contracts and incorporated standard terms.
A good start to the new Court term with a long-awaited Supreme Court decision on directors’ duties, as well as judgments on implied indemnities, dual agents and disclosure orders against overseas third parties.
Commercial Disputes Weekly covers a key decision of the Commercial Court that clarifies the position of the Hague-Visby Rules time bar and misdelivery claims, as well judgments on the interpretation of pre-emption rights, rejection of a claim that a tribunal was biased and when it is in the public interest to proceed with a hearing in the absence of the defendant.
In the latest Commercial Disputes Weekly we look at two judgments which indicate the English Court’s approach to deciding in the abstract, as well as a decision which illustrates that the not so new witness statement requirements are still taking some time to bed in.
Useful clarification from the courts in the latest Commercial Disputes Weekly, including the differing approaches to proprietary and freezing injunctions and the test for common mistake.
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.