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UK Court of Appeal confirms contempt proceedings are extra-territorial *

United Kingdom - July 24 2014
The Court has held that civil contempt proceedings may be brought against a foreign director of a foreign company (in this case a Saudi-domiciled…

Co-authors: Caroline Kehoe, Stuart Paterson, Benjamin Hopps.


Dubai court confirms power of DIAC Executive Committee to extend time limit for tribunal to render its award *

United Arab Emirates - June 10 2014
In Middle East Foundations LLC v. Meydan Group LLC (formerly Meydan LLC) (Case No. 249 of 2013), the Dubai Court of Appeal confirmed that Article 36…

Co-authors: Mike McClure.


A new Dubai law to establish a dispute resolution authority in the DIFC *

United Arab Emirates - June 4 2014
A new Dubai Law (Dubai Law No. 7 of 2014) was enacted by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum and has come into force on 21 May 2014…

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


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.


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