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Court of Appeal rules on duty to mitigate loss

United Kingdom - March 31 2010 In Lombard North Central Plc v Automobile World (UK) Ltd [2010] EWCA Civ 20, the Court of Appeal addressed the important issue of a party's duty to mitigate its loss.

Clare Lynch, Anita Phillips

Conditions for recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the United Kingdom

Global, United Kingdom - January 24 2019 A structured guide to the conditions for recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments in the United Kingdom

Gary Horlock

Litigation: Enforcement of foreign judgements in the United Kingdom

Global, United Kingdom - January 24 2019 A structured guide to the enforcement of foreign judgements in the United Kingdom

Gary Horlock

High Court decisions on admissibility of opinion evidence

United Kingdom - June 4 2013 In two recent decisions, the High Court has considered the circumstances in which opinion evidence contained in third party reports or articles is…

Sonya Leydecker, Maura McIntosh

The Woolf Reforms 10 years on

United Kingdom - April 27 2009 In 1994 Lord Justice Woolf was appointed by the then Lord Chancellor to review the rules and procedures of the civil courts in England and Wales.

Sonya Leydecker, Ciara McDonald, Tim Parkes