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Economic duress: will English law assist a party who enters into a contract as a result of a lawful threat of causing economic harm?

United Kingdom - September 12 2019 It is clear that English law permits a party to avoid a contract on the grounds of economic duress but there is some uncertainty as to the...

Daniel M. Cunix, Martina Glaser.

A Bird on the Ground Is Worth One in the Sky: Lessons from ALC v. Far Eastern Air Transport Corp.

USA - September 12 2019 On May 22, 2019, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California decided Air Lease Corporation; ALC B378 41345, LLC; and ALC B378 37772...

Daniel M. Cunix, Martina Glaser.

Articles Slots: A Source of Coin Even After Insolvency?

United Kingdom - April 30 2018 The administrators of the airline Monarch Airlines Limited (Monarch) have won an appeal in the Court of Appeal regarding the rights of Monarch in and...

PK AirFinance v. Alpstream: Did the Court of Appeal Hit the Mark on Mortgagees' Duties?

United Kingdom - May 6 2016 On 21 December 2015, the Court of Appeal delivered its judgment on the appeal by PK AirFinance and GECAS against the decision of the Commercial Court...

UK ratifies Cape Town Convention and Aircraft Protocoleffective November 1, 2015

United Kingdom - August 21 2015 On 26 March 2015 The International Interests in Aircraft Equipment (Cape Town Convention) Regulations 2015 (the Regulations) were laid before the UK...