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Commencing LCIA Arbitration: The Perils of Non-Observance of the LCIA Rules

United Kingdom - February 7 2018 The Requirements for (a) Valid and Effective Commencement of LCIA Arbitration and (b) When a Challenge to Jurisdiction Must be Made under the LCIA...


Back to Basics?” Fundamentals of Good Tribunal Practice Restated (or the Perils of Email!)

United Kingdom - November 10 2017 Two recent cases provide a reminder of the fundamentals of good practice by members of arbitral tribunals, and the potentially serious consequences of...


Coincidentally Collateral or Causally Connected? Dancing around Post-Breach Benefits

United Kingdom - June 30 2017 An owner of an elderly cruise ship lets her on time charter, extended by two years. The charterer redelivers in 2007 the vessel two years early, in...


The Primacy of Language in the Construction of (Commercial) Contracts

United Kingdom - June 5 2017 In this update, we draw attention to two recent cases addressing the correct approach to the construction of contracts. The Gard Shipping case is of...

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“Consequential Loss” Exclusions: Context is Everything

United Kingdom - December 6 2016 Recent Guidance from the English Court illustrates that tried-and-tested phrases can mean something very different depending on the nature of the...