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Enforcement of Court Judgments in the UK, the EU and Turkey after Brexit & Enforcement Strategy

European Union, Turkey, United Kingdom - August 17 2021 For many years, commercial parties across the globe, and particularly in Europe, have preferred to enforce their English law-governed agreements, and…

Craig Tevendale.

Inside arbitration issue #12: Perspectives on cross-border disputes

European Union, Global, Hong Kong, Singapore, United Kingdom - July 22 2021 As we move through 2021, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to be felt by many of us both in our work and personal lives. While the light…

Hew Kian Heong, Charlotte Benton, Amal Bouchenaki, Andrew Cannon, Chad Catterwell, Simon Chapman, Leon Chung, Alessandro Covi, Antony Crockett, Justin D'Agostino, Olga Dementyeva, James Doe, Jessica Fei, Alex Francis, Laurence Franc-Menget, Peter Godwin, Ante Golem, Alexander Gridasov, Alastair Henderson, Brenda Horrigan, Nihal Joseph, Elizabeth Kantor, Caroline Kehoe, Imogen Kenny, Konrad de Kerloy, Dana Kim, Emma Kratochvilova, Christian Leathley, Peter Leon, Dorothy Livingston, Mark Lloyd-Williams, Elizabeth Macknay, Hamish Macpherson, Lucila Marchini, Iain Maxwell, Isabelle Michou, Noe Minamikata, Charlie Morgan, Patricia Nacimiento, Vanessa Naish, Alexei Panich, Chris Parker, Elena Ponte, Paula Hodges QC, Elizabeth Reeves, Jonathan Ripley-Evans, Donald Robertson, Dominic Roughton, Gitta Satryani, Craig Shepherd, Donny Surtani, May Tai, Ivan Teselkin, Craig Tevendale, Chinnawat Thongpakdee, Thierry Tomasi, Kritika Venugopal, Florencia Villaggi, Martin Wallace, Thomas Weimann, Ben Winks, Mathias Wittinghofer, Elaine Wong, Anna Wren, Briana Young.

Supreme Court decides process for service of documents instituting proceedings on a state in general dynamics v Libya

Libya, United Kingdom - July 12 2021 In General Dynamics United Kingdom Ltd v State of Libya [2021] UKSC 22 the Supreme Court (the “Court“), by a majority of 3 to 2, held that s12(1)…

Andrew Cannon, Vanessa Naish.

Expert panel defines ‘ecocide’, for potential adoption as a crime to be prosecuted by the international criminal court

European Union - July 8 2021 On 24 June 2021, an international panel of legal experts (the Panel) published a legal definition of ‘ecocide’ (the Proposal, link) proposed to be…

Andrew Cannon, Antony Crockett, Silke Goldberg, Christian Leathley, James Palmer, Benjamin Rubinstein, Craig Tevendale.

Scottish independence: the international law implications

European Union, United Kingdom - April 23 2021 The prospect of an independent Scotland raises a number of significant questions as to the impact on the rights and obligations of both Scotland and…

Andrew Cannon.