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UK Ruling a “Significant Step” Toward Certainty for COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims

United Kingdom - September 21 2020 On 15 September 2020, the High Court handed down judgment in The Financial Conduct Authority v Arch and Others, which determined issues of principle…

Alice O'Donovan, Chloe S. Steele, Harry Poland, Simon Hems, William J. Boddy.

Changes to UK Insolvency Law to Mitigate the Economic Impact of COVID-19

United Kingdom - April 3 2020 To assist businesses dealing with the economic impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, on March 28, 2020, the UK government followed in the…

Harry Poland, Jennifer J. Kafcas, Marc C. Isaacs, Mehboob R. Dossa, William J. Boddy.

Replacement of LIBOR: Is Litigation Inevitable in the Derivatives Market?

United Kingdom - March 9 2020 With the announcement by the Financial Conduct Authority that the London Interbank Offered Rate (LIBOR) may cease to exist, the financial markets are…

Alvino S. van Schalkwyk, Chloe S. Steele, Harry Poland, Jennifer J. Kafcas.

6th Circuit Delivers Highly Anticipated Decision on Discovery in International Arbitration

USA - September 27 2019 In one of the most anticipated international arbitration-related court decisions in years, a federal court ruled that parties may be ordered to…

Sarah M. Holub.

New York and London Remain Hot Seats for International Arbitrations

Global - May 15 2018 International arbitration is by far the preferred method for resolving cross-border disputes, and London and New York are among the most favored seats…