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State of play: A review of sovereign immunity cases

Global - August 16 2019 A tanker truck, converted into a bomb, was detonated near the north face of building 131 at the Khobar Towers complex in Saudi Arabia shortly before...

A new test for when the court will rectify a common mistake

United Kingdom - August 8 2019 The trial judge had found, as a matter of fact, that the parties had a “common continuing intention” to execute a document which satisfied an...

GDPR for litigators

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - May 28 2019 Virtually all evidence, whether in litigation or arbitration or relating to investigations carried out by regulators or enforcement authorities, will...

Nigel Parker, Calum Burnett, Hugo Flaux, Brandon O’Neil.

Barrister wins right to see his bank’s suspicious activity reports

United Kingdom - April 1 2019 Lonsdale v National Westminster Bank 2018 EWHC 1843 (QB) (18 July 2018) A bank was ordered to disclose, to a customer, suspicious activity...

Amy Edwards, Arnondo Chakrabarti, Eve Giles.

You’ve got mail: the High Court puts a stamp on good faith and relational contracts

United Kingdom - March 23 2019 In Bates v Post Office the court has implied a duty to act in good faith into a contract on the basis of it being relational. This dispute is between...