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The Morrisons Supermarkets cases: the employment law perspective

United Kingdom - April 3 2020 One of the worst nightmares for any employer is when an employee goes "rogue" during the course of carrying out his duties, causing possible…

Tania Goodman.

Arbitration steals a march on litigation - a funding revolution?

United Kingdom - September 23 2016 Third Party funding is becoming an increasingly important part of the armoury of litigators both for fighting disputes in court and behind the closed…

A word of warning to directors - personal liability for costs if a company is unsuccessful in litigation

United Kingdom - February 11 2016 It is a commonly held view that directors have no personal liability for costs if their company is unsuccessful in litigation and cannot afford to…

Jeff Roberts.

HMRC play fast and loose

United Kingdom - April 9 2015 A medium sized corporate client of Collyer Bristow got into temporary cash flow difficulties and, as a result, HMRC filed a petition for the winding…

Gavin Kramer.

Enforcing international arbitration awards in England and Wales

United Kingdom - January 23 2015 A key advantage of arbitration over litigation is the enforceability of the decision in other countries. Generally, Court judgments are directly…

Janine Alexander, Stephen Rosen.