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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, Dan Jewell, Charlotte Leith, Chloe Mears, Hayley Milner, Tobechi Ogazi, Maria Scott, Jane Thomas

The ICC’s 2020 Dispute Resolution Statistics

Global - September 22 2021 On 3 August 2021, the International Chamber of Commerce (the ICC) published its annual Dispute Resolution Statistics for 2020 which can be accessed…

Kate Cervantes-Knox, Jue Jun Lu

Court of Appeal agrees it is arguable that a duty of care may arise in relation to end-of-life asset disposal

United Kingdom - March 12 2021 On 10 March 2021, the English Court of Appeal handed down its decision in Hamad Begum (on behalf of MD Khalil Mollah) v Maran (UK) Limited [2021]…

Jamie Curle, Daniel D'Ambrosio, Jean-Pierre Douglas-Henry, Sarah Ellington (née McMurray)

Rowe & ors v Ingenious Media Holdings: the importance of capitalised funders

United Kingdom - February 1 2021 Third party funding has arrived. It is an integral component of the disputes market in the UK and a burgeoning industry, which has seen…

Charles Allin, Elizabeth Bingham, Jamie Curle, Sean McGuiness

Proposed practice direction for witness evidence could have unintended consequences

United Kingdom - October 19 2020 In January 2020, we wrote about the Witness Evidence Working Group’s (WEWG) report on improvements in current practice for factual…

Rebecca Hopkirk, Andrew Kelmanson, Nikki O’Sullivan