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Civil procedure in a post-Brexit landscape

United Kingdom, European Union - March 8 2019 With the 29 March 2019 Brexit deadline fast approaching, a no-deal scenario remains a real possibility. Clients in the UK and abroad facing on-going...

Jeremy Sher, Katherine Roe, James Carter, Jean-Pierre Douglas-Henry, Jamie Curle.

Agreements to agree: Did you contract to agree or disagree?

United Kingdom - January 25 2019 "Agreements to agree" are a commercial fact of life for businesses, particularly those involved in long term contracts, such as research and...

Jeremy Sher, Matthew Lo, Jessica Legler.

Life after Brexit - how the UK and China can both benefit from the new global regime on jurisdiction agreements and judgments

United Kingdom, China, European Union - November 16 2017 On 12 September 2017 China signed the Hague Convention on Choice of Court Agreements 2005 ('Hague'). This ensures not only that a country's exclusive...

Giles Hutt, Kevin Chan.

Commercial Court confirms that asymmetric jurisdiction clauses may be exclusive for the purposes of EU law

European Union - April 18 2017 Asymmetric jurisdiction clauses also known as one-sided or for the benefit' clauses are common in international financial services agreements, but...

Sean McGuiness, Giles Hutt.

Improvements to the Investment Bank Special Administration Regime

United Kingdom - January 13 2017 The Investment Bank Special Administration Regime (SAR) was introduced in 2011 in response to difficulties faced in the Lehman Brothers...

Chris Parker.