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Court of Appeal lays down new test for rectification of contracts based on common mistake

United Kingdom - August 5 2019 The Court of Appeal has held that when considering whether or not a contract should be rectified because it does not reflect the parties’ common...

Adam Greaves.

Supreme Court provides new test for non-party access to materials on court file

United Kingdom - July 31 2019 The Supreme Court has decided that, subject to safeguards regarding proportionality and the risk of harm to others, an asbestos victims’ support group...

Adam Greaves.

Court can take insurance market considerations into account when assessing reasonableness of ATE premiums

United Kingdom - July 23 2019 The Court of Appeal has held that the reasonableness of an ATE premium is to be judged by reference to the economics of the ATE market rather than the...

Carl Dray, Tim Riordan.

Inadequate reasons do not give rise to a freestanding challenge to an award under s.68 Arbitration Act 1996

United Kingdom - July 22 2019 The Commercial Court has held that an arbitration tribunal’s failure to explain how it had valued a loss of chance claim did not of itself constitute...

Adam Greaves.

New Hague Judgments Convention adopted - a ‘gamechanger’ for cross-border disputes?

United Kingdom, European Union - July 18 2019 On 2 July 2019, the Hague Conference on Private International Law adopted the long-awaited Judgments Convention (officially titled the 2019 Convention...

Emily Hudson, Guy Pendell.