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Putting a "stop" to Contractual Estoppel: But on what basis?

United Kingdom - March 15 2019 Contractual Estoppel has been described as giving "super-charged effect to bank boilerplate clauses1". But to what extent did last year's Court of...

Sue Millar.

Jurisdiction of the English Courts over foreign disputes: How wide will the net now be cast?

United Kingdom - May 7 2019 England has for many years been a leading centre for international disputes, with foreign parties often trying to litigate in London. One of the ways...

Ros Prince, Galina Usorova.

Marme Inversiones: Manipulation, misrepresentation and the markets

Spain, United Kingdom - April 2 2019 Last month saw an important ruling in relation to a benchmark misrepresentation claim which is likely to provide significant comfort for banks...

Edward Davis.

Interpreting ISDA: positive results on negative interest rates

United Kingdom, European Union - May 15 2019 A number of recent cases in the Court of Appeal and Commercial Court have examined the meaning of standard terms in ISDA contracts. The clear message...

Edward Davis.

No shortcuts to service under the Hague Convention: Punjab National Bank v Boris Shipping & Ors

United Kingdom, European Union - May 30 2019 With the potential repeal of the EU Service Regulation, parties to litigation in the EU may need to consider other ways to serve legal proceedings...

Sue Millar.