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Exorcising the Ghost of Privilege Past - Another Petrifying Blow?

United Kingdom - December 13 2018 The spectre of legal professional privilege looms large in many a judgment these days. Following the recent apparition in the Court of Appeal in...

Clare Arthurs.

Two out of three: the Court of Appeal rules in favour of multinational parent company (again)

United Kingdom - November 30 2018 The Court of Appeal has recently ruled for the second time, in AAA & others v Unilever Plc and Unilever Tea Kenya Limited 2018 EWCA Civ 1532, that...

Charlotte Hill.

Disclosure pilot scheme: a comprehensive reshuffle

United Kingdom - October 26 2018 Let’s call a spade a spade: disclosure in the UK litigation process has got increasingly out of hand. The exponential growth in electronic documents...

Clare Arthurs.

Service of US proceedings in the UK under the Hague Convention

USA, United Kingdom - September 18 2018 In today’s global economic landscape, more and more US corporations are conducting business in foreign jurisdictions, and entering into contractual...

Kim Stephenson, Richard Marshall.

Limitation of liability: context is crucial

United Kingdom - August 8 2018 English lawyers love a precedent: a hook to hang our legal and factual arguments on. But precedents aren’t always the answer. For example - Germany...

Clare Arthurs.