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The Dutch Juno case- Asymmetric jurisdiction clauses continue to cause problems for enforcement under Hague 2005

European Union, United Kingdom - January 12 2023 A decision recently published by the Dutch court has raised further questions over the ability to enforce English judgments based on asymmetric…

James Carter, Meyke Rietveld, Siona Spillett, Frank van de Wakker

Court finds signed heads of terms not enforceable due to parties’ lack of intention to be bound

United Kingdom - October 12 2022 Documents entitled "Heads of Terms," or "Heads of Agreement" are frequently entered into by parties during negotiations, and disputes often arise…

James Carter, Chloe Mears, Hayley Milner, Maria Scott

Episode 2: Smart legal contracts

United Kingdom - October 5 2022 In the second Episode of the series, Phillip Kelly (a partner in our Technology Disputes team) is joined by Dan Jewell (a legal director in our…

Phillip Kelly

The High Court dismisses a USD1.5 billion Quincecare duty claim and provides guidance on the scope of duty

United Kingdom - September 30 2022 In The Federal Republic of Nigeria v JP Morgan Chase Bank NA1, the High Court considered the concept of gross negligence when executing payment…

James Carter, Will Floyd, Rachel Howell, Maria Scott

Force Majeure - far from plain sailing

United Kingdom - September 26 2022 In NKD Maritime Limited v Bart Maritime (No 2) In1 the terminating party was found to have been wrong to terminate under the force majeure clause of…

Sarah Burton, James Carter, Serena Cooke, Sarah Crowe, Will Floyd, Rachel Howell, Charlotte Leith, Chloe Mears, Hayley Milner, Tobechi Ogazi, Maria Scott, Tessa Straathof, Jane Thomas