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If the cap doesn't fit: recovering in excess of liability caps *

United Kingdom - January 27 2014
It is common for English Law contracts to expressly limit a party's exposure if it is in breach. The recent decision in Sabic UK Petrochemicals…

Co-authors: Philip Clarke, Caroline Kehoe, Stuart Paterson.

Korean construction newsletter - December 2013 *

United Kingdom - January 2 2014
On 10th October 2013 the Technology & Construction Court, a division of the English High Court, decided the case of SABIC v PLL and SCL. The case…

Co-authors: Lewis McDonald , Hamish Macpherson, James Doe, Thomas Walsh, Dana Kim.

Arbitration in Dubai and the UAE *

United Arab Emirates - September 23 2013
As Middle Eastern companies and investment funds become more active in the global marketplace, international firms are increasingly investing in the…

Co-authors: Mike McClure, Caroline Kehoe, Stuart Paterson.

New financial district launched in Abu Dhabi *

United Arab Emirates - May 2 2013
GMAD will be located in Abu Dhabi's new financial heart, Al Maryah Island. Similar to the other financial free zone in the UAE (the DIFC in Dubai)…

Co-authors: Hazel Shakur QuinN, Alexander Currie.

DIFC court jurisdiction becomes an option for international disputes - a boost for dispute resolution in the Middle East *

United Arab Emirates - November 1 2011
The Dubai government has issued a new law to widen the jurisdiction of the DIFC Courts: an important development which will be of significance to all international businesses with interests in the Middle East.

Co-authors: Stuart Paterson, Sonya Leydecker.

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