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When will the court still hand down a judgment if the parties have already settled?

April 22, 2021

A recent decision by the High Court provides guidance on the factors for a judge to consider when deciding whether to hand down a reserved judgment where the parties reach a settlement following a hearing.

Out of business, but not out of time: insolvent companies and limitation periods in competition damages claims

April 16, 2021

The Court of Appeal has, in the context of follow-on competition law damages claims, provided some helpful clarification on the interpretation of section 32 of the Limitation Act 1980.

Go, go, go! UK antitrust class actions given green light to proceed to trial

April 06, 2021

The recent UK Supreme Court ruling in Merricks v Mastercard has important implications for UK collective actions for competition law infringements.

High Court awards summary judgment in substantial banking fraud

April 06, 2021

In a complex banking-tech fraud case, the High Court has granted a summary judgment on the merits.