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English High Court Clarifies The Position On English Courts Assisting In Obtaining Evidence For Use In Foreign Court Proceedings
In Buzzfeed Inc and another v Aleksej Gubarev and others, Christopher Steele [2018] EWHC 1201 (QB) the English High Court recently clarified a number of legal principles relating to the powers of the English courts ...
UK
5 Jun 2018
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UK Litigation Funding – A New Approach?
The growth and evolution of third party funding or "litigation funding" has been one of the most significant developments in the litigation market over the last 10 years or so.
UK
20 May 2016
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Current Patent Litigation Trends: UK and Germany
Previously in this series we have emphasised the importance of patentees crafting a carefully thought out pan-European patent litigation strategy designed to achieve their commercial objectives.
European Union
26 Sep 2012
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European Directories – Collective Sigh of Relief for Senior Creditors
The scope of the powers afforded to the security agent by the so called "release provisions" found in many intercreditor agreements employed in LBO deals has come under scrutiny recently.
UK
 
25 Oct 2010
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In Pursuit of Universality in Cross-Border Insolvency
The Court of Appeal has ruled that foreign judgments in insolvency proceedings may be enforced by the English courts at common law, and that the ordinary principles which may prevent the enforcement of foreign judgments do not apply to insolvency judgments where the action from which the foreign judgment arises is integral to the collective nature of the insolvency proceedings.
UK
12 Aug 2010
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Professions Legal Update
We believe all professional firms, of whatever size, that are not companies, are going to have to address some fundamental constitutional issues within the next three years. This article explains why.
UK
7 Jun 2004
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