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Performance bonds: making a compliant demand for payment

Australia, United Kingdom - June 5 2018 In Santos Limited v BNP Paribas 2018 QSC 105, the Supreme Court of Queensland held that in determining whether a demand for payment complied with...

Julian Bailey, Cameron Cuffe, Michael Turrini.


Informal Variations a Change in Approach

United Kingdom - May 31 2018 In a significant change to English law, the UK Supreme Court has held that English law "should and does give effect to a contractual provision...

Julian Bailey, Alice McDonnell, Michael Turrini.


The New UAE Arbitration Law: an incremental shift towards international norms

United Arab Emirates - May 29 2018 The UAE has taken a significant step towards making commercial arbitration a more appealing dispute resolution mechanism for companies conducting...

Julian Bailey, Cameron Cuffe, Hafsa Raza, Michael Turrini.


The New UAE Arbitration Law: an incremental shift towards international norms

United Arab Emirates - May 24 2018 The UAE has taken a significant step towards making commercial arbitration a more appealing dispute resolution mechanism for companies conducting...

Julian Bailey, Cameron Cuffe, Michael Turrini.


Construction contracts: who bears the risk of obtaining statutory approvals?

United Kingdom - May 11 2018 In Clin v Walter Lilly & Co Ltd 2018 EWCA Civ 490, the English Court of Appeal held that, in the absence of express provisions, a term should be...

Julian Bailey, Emily Elliott, Michael Turrini.