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Law Commission releases Consultation Paper on its review of the Arbitration Act 1996

United Kingdom - September 28 2022 In January 2022, the Law Commission of England & Wales launched a review of the Arbitration Act 1996 (the Act) as part of its 14th programme of law…

Alastair Livesey, Matthew Skinner, Karan Talwar, Garreth Wong

Reform of the Arbitration Act 1996—section 44: the courts’ supportive powers

United Kingdom - September 8 2022 We explained in a previous post that the Law Commission of England & Wales is conducting a review of the Arbitration Act 1996 as part of its 14th…

Alastair Livesey, Matthew Skinner, Bianca Vasilache, Garreth Wong

US, EU and UK increase pressure on Russia with further sanctions

European Union, Russia, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA - August 23 2022 Since late February 2022, the United States (U.S.), the European Union (EU) and its member states, the United Kingdom (U.K.), and many others&mdash…

Paula Howell Anderson, Chloe Barrowman, Parul Bhatia, Chris Collins, Thomas Donegan, Elise Edson, Jacob Fields, Sonia Khandekar, Kristina Killick, Christopher L. LaVigne, Olivia Merrett, Danforth Newcomb, Barnabas (Barney) Reynolds, Alicia Rose, Matthew Skinner, Katherine J. Stoller, Garreth Wong, JENNIFER YOUNAN

Damages claims in the Competition Appeal Tribunal - where have we come from and where to next?

European Union, United Kingdom - August 1 2022 Will 2022 be seen as the year in which the gates finally opened for damages claims in the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT)? If so, some might say it…

James Matthews, Matthew Readings, Elvira Aliende Rodriguez, James Webber

UK court gives the green light to mass environmental claim

United Kingdom - July 21 2022 In a significant development for environmental litigation in the U.K., the English Court of Appeal has allowed a £5 billion damages claim brought by…

Mehran Massih, James Matthews, Edward Taylor