Christopher Richards

Gowling WLG


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Do experts owe a fiduciary duty to clients?

United Kingdom - February 1 2021 The courts have long recognised that certain professionals owe their client a fiduciary duty of loyalty - but does that extend to experts in…

Gordon Bell, Mike Stewart.

Brexit: governing law, jurisdiction and enforcing judgments

European Union, United Kingdom - January 20 2021 Relatively easy cross border enforcement of court judgments has been a quiet success of the EU. Now that we have the UK-EU Trade and Co-Operation…

David Lowe, Tom Price.

Apparent bias in arbitration - avoiding and challenging it

United Kingdom - December 9 2020 In a much anticipated decision, the UK Supreme Court has considered to what extent arbitrators can accept appointments in overlapping arbitrations…

Gordon Bell, Michael Darowski, Tom Price.

Which country's laws govern an arbitration agreement?

Global, United Kingdom - October 16 2020 Where parties have chosen to arbitrate their disputes, but have not specified the law of the contract or arbitration agreement, what laws apply to the…

Gordon Bell, Tom Price.

Does legal advice privilege apply to foreign in-house lawyers?

United Kingdom - September 30 2020 In England and Wales, a party to litigation can generally assert legal advice privilege in communications with its lawyers. But what is the position…

James Sidwell.