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J A Kemp LLP
The CJEU issued on 9 July 2020 its judgment in the Santen C-673/18 case.
Withers LLP
As a firm, we are focused on advising our clients on every aspect of their personal and professional lives, and the need for the right advice around the world has never been more important.
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
In a recent judicial review, the High Court made obiter comments acknowledging that GPs are under a professional duty to provide safeguarding information...
Reed Smith (Worldwide)
The claimant was named as shipper on a bill of lading for a consignment of cargo on the MV Nortrader, despite not being a party to the contract of carriage.
Mayer Brown
Please find attached the eleventh edition of Mayer Brown's "Global International Arbitration Update", a bi-annual publication that summarises key events in international ...
Anthony Gold
The question of capacity to consent to sexual relations is both sensitive and complex. It has potential wide-ranging implications, not only for the individual lacking capacity
Clyde & Co
Insurers must beware fraud but will need to deal with genuine claims quickly and sensitively, particularly for parties in financial difficulty.
MFB Solicitors
The facts of the matter are complex but, in brief: the Turkish construction company Enka was contracted to perform certain works in the construction of a power plant in Berezovskaya, in Siberia, Russia.
DMH Stallard
The impact of COVID-19 is being felt across the commercial world. Many businesses have faced unprecedented disruption. This webinar looks at the options available to businesses ...
Veale Wasbrough Vizards
On 19 June 2020, the Supreme Court granted The Harpur Trust leave to appeal an earlier decision by the Court of Appeal which made a significant change to the way in which employers must calculate...
Giambrone & Partners
Accidents are one of the most unwelcome things in life and they are not always unfortunate unavoidable events; negligent individuals and organisations are frequently responsible.
Leigh Day
A former soldier who had to leave the Army after an accident at work badly damaged his leg has been secured a six-figure settlement which will help pay for necessary treatment.
Leigh Day
A woman died aged just 38 after suffering severe abdominal pain which affected her own and her family life for several years.
Anthony Gold
Why does my solicitor want to see my past medical history?Why does my Solicitor...
Giambrone & Partners
An inevitable consequence of the coronavirus pandemic is the torrent of disputes arising from the various disruptions caused by the lockdown. Businesses seek to recoup their losses ...
Withers LLP
A recent 1975 Act claim judgment opened with a play on ABBA and went on to award the claimant, who co-habited with the deceased for just over three years, a home for life, a capital payment and...
Clyde & Co
Clyde & Co successfully acted for the First Defendant in response to the application for relief from sanctions and the subsequent discontinuance of the claim.
Anthony Gold
A secondary victim is one who suffers psychiatric injury not by being directly involved in the incident but by witnessing (or fearing) injury to a primary victim.
Proskauer Rose LLP
With an uptick in commercial wrangles expected as a result of measures taken to combat Covid-19, England is not alone in seeking to provide a welcoming jurisdiction to deal with such disputes.
Clyde & Co
Le 5 mai 2020, 23 États membres de l'Union européenne (UE) ont signé un Accord pour la Dénonciation des Traités Bilatéraux d'Investissement entre les États Additional
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