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UK Ministry of Justice consults on Hague Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments

European Union, United Kingdom - February 2 2023 The UK Ministry of Justice ("MOJ") has recently launched a consultation on whether the UK should join The Hague Convention of 2 July 2019 on the…

Stephen Moi, Sarah Shearman

Default on a secured loan facility: the English High Court considers a lender's right to terminate

United Kingdom - May 19 2022 In Lombard North Central Plc v European Skyjets Ltd1, the English High Court has found that a loan agreement had been validly terminated by a lender…

Jonathan Cohen, Findley Penn-Hughes, Miles Robinson, Mark Stefanini

Prime time for updated arbitration rules for financial disputes? A review of the P.R.I.M.E. Finance Arbitration Rules 2022

Global - January 5 2022 On 15 November 2021, P.R.I.M.E. Finance - the Panel of Recognised International Market Experts in Finance - launched its revised Arbitration Rules…

Chris Arnold, Line Chataud, Lisa Dubot, Stephen Moi

English High Court hands down decision regarding effect of pre-arbitration mediation provision

United Kingdom - November 5 2021 It is common for arbitration or jurisdiction clauses in commercial contracts to include a requirement that the parties should first attempt to…

Stephen Moi

English High Court refuses to grant non-party costs order against Defendant's managing director

United Kingdom - October 16 2020 It is widely recognised that adverse costs orders represent one of the main risks to parties involved in litigation. However, a risk…

Robert Hobson