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Strike out and summary judgment in fraud claims: what’s the difference and when can I go for it?

United Kingdom - February 8 2023 In Jinxin Inc v Aser Media PTE Limited and others [2022] EWHC 2988 (Comm), the Commercial Court struck out certain allegations of fraud made against…

Madeleine Brown, Michael Freedman

Putting the new gateways into practice: information orders against foreign non-parties

United Kingdom - November 30 2022 In LMN v Bitlfyer Holdings Inc and others [2022] EWHC 2954 (Comm), the High Court has permitted service out of the jurisdiction using the new service…

Madeleine Brown, Nikolas Ireland

Unpaid court costs orders could cost you

United Kingdom - November 18 2022 The trial of an unfair prejudice petition (the Petition) has been vacated and the petition stayed for a year pending satisfaction of unpaid costs…

Alex Douty, Ed Llewelyn-Evans

Non-party disclosure: Court of Appeal confirms expansive approach

United Kingdom - November 9 2022 Earlier this year, we wrote about the case of Gorbachev v Guriev and others, which found that litigants can apply for disclosure by a non-party under…

Madeleine Brown, Nikolas Ireland

The long arm of the law: expanded gateways will increase the opportunity to litigate in England

United Kingdom - October 14 2022 Obtaining permission to serve a claim or other application outside of England and Wales is the route through which the English courts decide whether…

Madeleine Brown, Nikolas Ireland