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Injunctions against unknown persons’ protest activity: requirements clarified

United Kingdom - June 25 2019 In a judgment hailed as a victory by campaigners for human rights, the Court of Appeal confirmed that although injunctions are available to restrain...

Economic duress for lawful threats limited to bad faith demands

United Kingdom - June 25 2019 The Court of Appeal has held that there is no economic duress in commercial situations where a party uses lawful pressure or threats to achieve a...

"Without prejudice" communications inadmissible to answer allegations of reasonableness of settlement

United Kingdom - May 9 2019 “Without prejudice” (WP) communications cannot be admitted to answer allegations made in related proceedings where the rights of the party to the...

Nathalie Burn.

Unnamed principal can sue under arbitration agreement for foreign law remedy

United Kingdom - May 9 2019 An unnamed disclosed principal of a party to a shareholders’ agreement (SHA) could sue under an arbitration agreement; the tribunal could also order...

Shreya Aren, Senem Cilingiroglu.

Third party rights: identification of third party

United Kingdom - May 9 2019 A letter of Instruction (Loi) between a bank and its client, which envisaged a segregated bank account for the receipt and protection of third party...

Nathalie Burn.