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Court hands down judgment, after parties have settled

July 08, 2022

A recent High Court decision highlights practical steps parties should consider when they settle after a hearing and wish to minimise the risk of the court still handing down judgment

Does service of an unsealed claim form amount to good service

May 24, 2022

The Court of Appeal sets out the steps parties should take to ensure service

Privy Council warns against issue arising from hybrid arbitration clauses

April 07, 2022

The Privy Council has upheld the Supreme Court of Mauritius’s refusal to set aside an arbitral award. The report highlights the necessity for clear drafting and the complexities associated with the use of hybrid arbitration clauses.

The Supreme Court clarifies the tort gateway for service out

March 07, 2022

The Supreme Court confirms a broad interpretation of the tort gateway for jurisdiction over foreign defendants creating more opportunity for claimants to bring proceedings in England

Which court documents are available to the public? And when?

January 12, 2022

Posted in Procedural
A summary of when non-parties can access court documents

How long do you think the hearing will last?

December 06, 2021

Posted in Procedural
Time estimates for court hearings

Real Estate Focus (November 2021)

December 03, 2021

This month’s Real Estate Focus discusses the government’s proposed legislation for a new landlord and tenant arbitration scheme

Guidance on the new practice direction for witness evidence at trial

November 30, 2021

The High Court has provided helpful guidance on the requirements of Practice Direction 57AC

An unusual stakeholder application

September 06, 2021

An unusual stakeholder application, involving gold bullion, may assist cryptocurrency exchanges in resolving identity disputes.

Further guidance on the Kalmneft factors

June 17, 2021

A decision by the Commercial Court interprets the relevant principles for assessing applications for extensions of time to challenge arbitral awards, and the reasonableness of acts by sovereign states in such a situation.