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No quick way out: High Court rules against force majeure justification to terminate commercial contract

United Kingdom - August 5 2022 The Covid pandemic and its associated government restrictions have widely been described as unprecedented, and many businesses will have considered…

Lucy Pert

CAT rules on certification and carriage in FX Claim UK

United Kingdom - March 31 2022 London, 31 March 2022 - Today, the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) has handed down its judgment in in FX Claim UK, the opt-out collective action…

Stella Gartagani, David Lawne, Anthony Maton, Edward Nyman

The Court of Appeal’s latest on representative actions in Jalla v Shell: To what extent will “representative actions” be permitted in environmental claims?

United Kingdom - October 20 2021 In its second judgment in Jalla and others v Shell International Trading and Shipping Company, the Court of Appeal considered whether the case…

Sarah Moore

Rare strike out of an abuse of dominance claim by the CAT

United Kingdom - September 28 2021 The Competition Appeal Tribunal handed down judgment in Forrest Fresh Foods Ltd v Coca-Cola European Partners Great Britain Ltd on 7 September 2021…

Lucy Rigby

COVID-19 - Serving Proceedings by Post Was “Poor Judgement” Given Lockdown

United Kingdom - July 9 2020 In Stanley v London Borough of Tower Hamlets [2020] EWHC 1622 the High Court considered an application to set aside a judgment entered in default…

Lianne Craig, Duran Ross